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Fiji Water's David Roth leaves the country

 

Nov 19, 2010 12:00:00 AM

The Fiji Water saga took another new twist last night when its Director External Affairs David Roth left the country on the 10pm flight to Los Angeles.

Fiji Water spokesperson Nirmal Singh has confirmed to Fijilive that Roth has left the country.

"I can confirm to you that he (Roth) has left the country on the 10pm flight to Los Angeles last night," Singh said.

Singh however refused to elaborate further on the issue.  

While Roth has left the country, there is still no confirmation whether he was served with a removal order by immigration officials.

When contacted yesterday Director Immigration Nemani Vuniwaqa referred all questions to Permanent Secretary for Information Sharon Smith-Johns.

“All questions will now be directed to the permanent secretary for information,” Vuniwaqa said.

When contacted, Smith-Johns said there was nothing official on the matter then.

She said there was a lot of speculation on the issue but confirms that if there is something to be released from government, it would come from her office.

Outgoing Minister for Defense and Acting Prime Minister Ratu Epeli Ganilau confirmed to Fijilive yesterday that his decision to resign was because he disagreed with discussions he had with government concerning Roth.

“We had some differences over the David Roth issue,” he said.

Ganilau added he resigned willingly.

Efforts to obtain a comment from Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama on the issue proved futile as he is currently on a trade mission in China.

In light of Ganilau's resignation, Joketani Cokanasiga has taken up is portfolio and is Acting Prime Minister until Commodore Bainimarama's return.

File Photo: Fiji Water's David Roth is standing at right.
By Maciu Bolaitamana

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