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Rights issue

Repeka Nasiko
Monday, August 18, 2014

A WEEK-long road show to educate the people of the Ba Province of their rights to shares within the Ba Provincial Holdings Company Ltd began yesterday at Lautoka's Churchill Park Carnival Grounds.

The Ba Provincial Holdings Company Ltd Rights Issue Road Show Carnival has been specifically designed to attract members of the 596 shareholding groups within the province who have yet to collect their share certificates.

Company Commercial and Business Services manager Jese Saukuru said the carnival also provided them a chance to explain their role.

"We are educating them about our roles, why we have restructured the company and why we want them to establish trust funds," he said.

"So far there are still a few landowning units that have yet to collect their share certificates.

"We are encouraging them to come forward and make use of this opportunity.

"They are not paying anything, these are already paid shares."

The road shows end on August 24.





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