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Government takes roadshow to Navosa

Fijians living in the highlands of Navosa will be able to access government services during a government roadshow organised by the Ministry of rural and maritime development next week. The two-day roadshow is scheduled to take place on September 14 to 15 and will be held at Thomas Baker High School in Nanoko. Commissioner Western […]

Verleshwar Singh

September 6, 2016 7:01 pm

Fijians living in the highlands of Navosa will be able to access government services during a government roadshow organised by the Ministry of rural and maritime development next week.

The two-day roadshow is scheduled to take place on September 14 to 15 and will be held at Thomas Baker High School in Nanoko.

Commissioner Western Manasa Tagicakibau stated that everything will be available during the event and this includes the printing of birth, deaths and marriage certificates to agriculture seedlings and health checks.

With the theme ‘Connecting Government Services to the Rural Community’ Mr Tagicakibau says they hope to reach as many Fijians as they can in the highlands.

“We will have transportation to and from the many villages that are located in the highlands including Bukuya, Navatusila, Nausori and other nearby villages and settlements,” he said.

Mr Tagicakibau said apart from government services the public can also expect to access service from private sectors as they have also shown interest.

“For those that want to save and open accounts, we will have banks also at the roadshow so those that want to open accounts and other financial services such as loans could also access them with the representatives at Nanoko,” Mr Tagicakibau said.

Over 30 government departments and agencies will showcase their services at the Roadshow.

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