Government Services deteriorates by poor leadership: Kean
Friday, March 12, 2010
Poor leadership and a lack of commitment led to the decline of Fiji's Government Shipping Services said Navy Commander Francis Kean.
Commander Kean was appointed last year to head a committee to review the Government Shipping Services.
The review found that poor leadership was in place, leading to poor work commitment and poor services being provided.
Another weakness was the way other ministries were using the Government Shipping Services.
Commander Kean says the ministries have been using Government Shipping Services anyhow and whenever they want, but they will now have to pay up front if they want to use the service.
Government has expressed its commitment to uplifting the services provided by the Government Shipping Services.
March 12, 2010
Bainimarama's Brother-in-law heads review of Government shipping services
Francis Kean, the brother-in-law of the illegal and treasonous Bainimarama takes the opportunity to grace us with his verdict on the appalling state of play within the Government shipping services.
All we can say to that is "Save It Please".
Not only is it most shallow coming from a convicted and quickly released (and quickly re-employed!) killer, no one really has the time to listen to the irritating military regime cheering squad continuously lamenting the shortcomings of previous Governments.
They wanted to be in charge at any cost -- so get on with it already!
Citizens do not have to part with hard-earned taxes and put up with all the whinging.