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September 03, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Former Fiji National Provident Fund deputy general manager Foana Nemani's Pre-trial Conference date was set by the High Court in Suva today.

Judge Justice Priyantha Fernando, has set October 4, 2012 for Nemani’s case against Fiji Independent Commission against Corruption (FICAC) in her absence.

Nemani has not been attending court to answer to charges of corruption.

She was earlier charged along with former FNPF chief executive officer, Olota Rokovunisea, for allegedly authorising payments for responsibility allowance of $69,244.

The first instance involved $35,911 and the $33,333, without authorisation of the Higher Salaries Commission or the FNPF Board.

On February 4, last year, FICAC was granted a separation of the trial from Rokovunisea, as they had been unsuccessful in locating Nemani since June 2009.

By Ropate Valemei



 

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