July 30, 2010 2 Comments
In June 2009, four members of the FNPF Board who had been appointed by the Interim Government in December 2006 were sacked without explanation.
Their appointment had been one of the first actions of the Interim regime post coup, but we’ve never been told why they were sacked.
FNPF members have a right to know why Mr Parmesh Chand, Mr Daniel Urai, Mr Felix Anthony, Mr Howard Politini and, Mr James Datta, who were given responsibility for managing our lifesavings by the Interim Government, were sacked on 23 June 2009.
Unless they’ve done something wrong, it doesn’t make sense to sack all of them at once. An efficient board needs continuity in membership. Sacking them indicates that they could no longer be trusted.
We know all is not well the FNPF, we can see that our savings are slipping away, but we do not know what role these men played in the problems of the FNPF.
Were they responsible for the Natadola losses? What else have they done? We demand answers.