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New flats for President's office staff

By TIMOCI VULA
Friday, June 27, 2014

Update: 8:29PM SOME staff of the Office of the President and their respective families will benefit from a new block of flats that was opened this afternoon by President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau.

The four flats will house the four families who had to previously live in bachelor quarters.

The Ministry of Works completed work on the new block of flats in 13 at the cost of $500,000.

Providing similar accommodation to other staff is the long term plan of the Office of the President and we have been given $2 million for the seven capital projects we have this year, Office of the President acting official secretary Pene Baleinabuli said.

 








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