#header-inner img {margin: 0 auto !important; #header-inner {text-align: Center ;} Fiji Coupfourpointfive: Naupoto gets new job

Sunday, May 3, 2009

Naupoto gets new job

The recently appointed Permanent Secretary in the interim Prime Minister's Office Viliame Naupoto, has a new job.

He will from Monday become the new Permanent Secretary for Fisheries and Forests.

The former navy Commander, replaced Parmesh Chand as Permanent Secretary to the PM, a week before the Constitution was abrogated on April 10. He was first appointed Director of Immigration following the 2006 coup.

It's not known who will replace him but there is strong indication it may be another military officer.

Naupoto has just returned from Tonga after attending the regional conference on security sector governance, hosted by UNDP Pacific Centre and Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat.

Sources say he was still at the conference when he was informed of the decision.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

omg ...poor guy!! he shouldn't have accepted the regime's offer from the very begining!!

Anonymous said...

Naupoto is as guilty as his boss. He knows his fate will be the same as others who have their hands tainted in blood since December 2006. So he deserves to be kicked around because of his allegiance to his boss Bainimarama. The saying you shall reap what you sow is applicable to Naupoto, Khaiyum etc and also to Chaudhry, Vayeshnoi, Tom Ricketts and Poseci Bune even though they were kicked out of the regime's Cabinet.