FNUGATE: Teaching Contract, Who Needs It! FNU insiders aghast Akanisi Ratumaikoro is lecturing and marking Hospitality & Tourism students exam papers despite her contract having expired before the final exams
Ratumaikoro is working allegedly without a contract for a few months now. The HOD for Hospitality, Eric Jioji, is reportedly aware that her contract has not been renewed yet but she is coming to teach every day at the FNU.
Coming soon: A lengthy Fijileaks investigation into the appointment of teaching staff reveal that applicants of a particular religious faith from any part of world are given preference over other competencies in academic appointments at FNU. Two candidates (one later appointed despite having no teaching experience) had on their cover application letters the word Muslim scrawled by FNU's HR Department; in other words, to be given special consideration for selection - but who gave the directive?:
Fijileaks: We have opened the comments page but want to issue a stern warning: Any anti-Muslim vile comments will not be approved by our censors; as Fijileaks founding editor-in-chief has repeatedly pointed out, he has spent most of his life in exile from native Fijian led governments - Sitiveni Rabuka, Laisenia Qarase and Frank Bainimarama; even threats to 'behead' him were issued by Indo-Fijian Hindus (Ashneel Sudhakar et al). In the case of Bainimarama, it was after our editor-in-chief had revealed that Mahendra Chaudhry was hiding $2million in Australia
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