FICAC works with Interpol for arrest of Nemani

FijiVillage.com on November 15, 2011 released the following:

“An arrest warrant is expected to be issued to Interpol in New Zealand against the former Deputy General Manager of the Fiji National Provident Fund, Foana Nemani.

Nemani who is currently in New Zealand is charged with Olota Rokovunisei for allegedly authorizing payments for responsibility allowance to each other for the sum of $35,911.00 and $33,333.00 respectively without authorization of the Higher Salaries Commission or the FNPF Board.

FICAC Prosecutor, Shalini Sanmogam made a submission in court today that FICAC is working with Interpol for the arrest of Nemani.

The court will hear the progress of the arrest on the 20th of February next year.

It is understood that FICAC tried to ascertain the whereabouts of Nemani through the assistance of other law enforcement agencies.

Story by: Tokasa Rainima and Gwen McGoon”

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