#header-inner img {margin: 0 auto !important; #header-inner {text-align: Center ;} Fiji Coupfourpointfive: Narayan reported to have headed home

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Narayan reported to have headed home

The Chairman of Fiji Islands Trade & Invesment Bureau, New Zealand citizen Francis Naayan, is understood to have returned to Auckland.

Narayan is believed to have flown out of Nadi on Wednesday after writing to his friend, interim prime minister and army commander, Frank Bainimarama, setting out conditions that will see him either continue his role as FTIB chairman or quit.

Sources have confirmed to us that in the letter to Bainimarama, Narayan stated that he was returning to New Zealand for two weeks, where he would await the regime's response.

We reported last week that Narayan had lost his $160,000 annual salary as investment cosultant for Fiji National Provident Fund and was having problems with FTIB chief executive, Annie Rodgers.

Narayan has told Bainimarama he can no loger work with Rodgers, saying that if the regme wants him to continue as FTIB Chairman, then it has to get rid of Rodgers.

The FTIB falls under the interim ministerial portfolio of Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Last paragraph pretty well sums it up - explains everything.

Anonymous said...

The New-Zealand Government have to really pull their socks up and act.

Anonymous said...

Classic case of bankrobbers guarding banks.

Anonymous said...

Kiwi's no problem - got a good grasp of what's going - whats at stake.

Problems getting Slippy's attention off old utes .

Anonymous said...

Why are we paying someboby $160,000 to give us bullshit when we all know that investors will not come and invest unless there is a democratically elected Government and independent judiciary in place.

These ex Fiji indians are robbing this country dry and it is such a pity that the dumb Voreqe and his thick junta cannot see that this people are filling their pockets and will be on the first plane to NZ when the people stand up against the Military and Police Junta.

Anonymous said...

Good riddance.This kind of people should be ban on coming back to Fiji.

Anonymous said...

So where's the thousands of jobs this narayan had promised?