A glimmer of truth from FSC

At last someone in FSC has decided to treat us as if we’re not all complete fools like Bainimarama and Vaniqi. Fiji Sugar Corporation Deputy Chairman Marika Gaunavou has admitted “there is no denying the fact that the sugar industry has gone through difficult times between 2009 and 2011 which were some of the worst years on record in terms of mill performance”. He said the Lautoka Sugar Mill which hopes to process 480,000 tonnes of cane this year was once regarded as the largest in the Southern Hemisphere crushing over 1.2 million tons of sugarcane. If FSC wants to restore the confidence of farmers in their industry they’ve got to be open and honest. Nothing has undermined confidence, reducing farmers commitment to re-planting and increased farm inputs more than the diet of lies fed by Abdul Khan and Manasa Vaniqi.

Radio Fiji Jul 02, 2013 Crushing season begins in Lautoka

2 Responses to “A glimmer of truth from FSC”

  1. The Sugarman Says:

    I am glad that Marika Gaunavou has come out with the truth. After all, Mr Gaunavou had spent all his working life at FSC retiring at the managerial level. He knows the ins and outs of the company. He is an honest and God fearing man, and it would be in the best interest of the IG to appoint him to replace the dumb CEO Abdul Khan who knows nothing about the industry. Let Mr Gaunavou take the helm and changes would be forthcoming.

  2. joe black Says:

    whole board and executive should be sacked and fcked in the ass by the soldiers who waste time at the mills with no brains and don’t know what is going on

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