FIJI NEWS
June 08, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Fijian Holdings Limited (FHL) yesterday announced the resignation of one of their board directors, Ilimotama Cawi.

In a statement FHL said the resignation follows Cawi’s acceptance to an overseas university for further studies.

In accepting the resignation group chairman Iowane Naiveli said Cawi has been a significant member of the board and very instrumental in steering the group audit committee and wish him well with his future.

The FHL board now consists of Iowane Naiveli (chairman) Colonel Apakuki Kurusiga (deputy chairman), Padam Lala, Mere Samisoni, Uluiyasi Baya, Ratu Samuela Nawalowalo, Filimoni Waqabaca and Viliame Gavoka.

By Keresi Nauwakarawa
 

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