February 26, 2011

The Fijian Holdings Sting Operation

When the news whining about "corruption" within Fijian Holdings first saw the light of day, it was almost too convenient that heads at the very top of the organisation rolled without them even being given a chance to defend themselves - at least through the courts, for the shareholders benefit. This is the least that would be expected given the severity of the alleged crimes.

But the illegal and treasonous Bainimarama gave the plot away when he attempted to add closure to the whole saga by insisting via his mouthguard, Pio Tikoduadua, on 2 February that they had washed their hands off the whole saga and would let the board now take control.

A little after a week later,  in a total about-turn they unilaterally decide that because they had done their own investigations, this episode was now over and it was apt for the whole matter to now be put to rest.

The funny thing is, even though the Chairman and CEO had "voluntarily resigned" which automatically tainted them as being somehow guilty, the concrete halls of bureaucracy are rife with whispers that Bainimarama's hatchetman Tikoduadua, supposedly at Bainimarama's insistence, pushed for the axed CEO (with her knowledge) to get a nice little payout to the tune of about FJD$200K.

So at the tip of the iceberg in what must be snake-pit of scandalous under-the-table liaisons, it becomes clear that the whole saga was a setup, where the CEO agreed to be collateral damage for a fee.

What will undoubtedly become clear one day soon [we live in hope] is who this sting operation really intended to trip up, and who manipulated the hit.

In the meantime the shareholders are still in the dark about the impact of these shenanigans on their investments.

1 comment:

victim said...

Both the FHL CEO and Chairman are just as corrupt as the green goons. Evil people will kill with no regard to the victims. The joy ride will not last, you have all been warned!