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Qetaki: Report out soon

Shayal Devi
Saturday, August 30, 2014

TLTB general manager, Alipate Qetaki, says he will hand over a report of his findings regarding a case brought forward by landowners from Nakovacake, Nadi, soon.

In reply to queries he said he would hand over his report to the board by September 4.

Landowners from Nakovacake had complained about the lack of transparency displayed by the group entrusted to take care of funds paid to them.

Representing the landowners, pastor Kavekini Varo said they were concerned about the lack of response from TLTB.

"We followed up with them last week but nothing has been done so far," he said.

"We are waiting for a decision and all we are made to do is run around."

Mr Varo said they were concerned the issue had not been resolved yet as elections approach.

"All the landowners want is for their grievances to be addressed before the elections."

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