How much is Aunty Nur Ali Bano paid to write out the pay cheques?
(1) had a total income of $278,750.
From that money, $230,000 is what he receives as annual salary for being Prime Minister, $20,000 for entertainment allowance and other allowances $28,750.
The declaration also shows that Bainimarama has:
(2) three banks accounts in BSP; he has $51,207 in one account, $101,968 in his cheque account and $104,815 in a term deposit account.
He also has $26,042 in a Mataivalu Savings account and $14,443 with the Unit Trust.
His total liabilities are $301,772.88 and total net assets $51,704.60.
He has also declared a Hyundai Tuscon vehicle valued at $30,000 and a property in Nadi valued at $25,000. Source: FBC News.
FIJILEAKS TO BAINIMARAMA:
1. HAVE YOU declared what the loan of $246,380 is for from TSB Bank, when it was drawn, given the fact that there is no corresponding liability against that declared loan?
2. Then what is the declaration for the loan of $55392 remaining balance, given the fact that YOU show substantial bank balance of $353,000 across 3 separate accounts?
3. How does YOUR asset tally up with YOUR income salary and is the bank balance included for the back pay you received? If not then show YOUR bank statements with evidence of it being paid back.
4. Where is YOUR FNPF statement printouts for past 8 years as YOU have not declared your FNPF funds as your assets as super funds?
PUBLISH YOUR PAY SLIP!:
Khaiyum says he gets $185,000 as Attorney-General of Fiji
He has a property worth $500,000 at Vunakece Road, Namadi Heights and another one valued at $80,000 in Wailoaloa, Nadi.
He has an account with BSP, in which he has $235.41, and two accounts with ANZ in which he has $16705.17. His total liabilities are at $470,005, which is a loan for his property at Vunakece Road in Suva.
His total net assets stand at $126,935. Source: Fijivillage News
Party President Dr Jiko Luveni claims she receives $135,000 as annual salary for being Minister for Women. She has declared a property worth $300,000. Her net assets are valued at $822,432
AND WHAT ABOUT FIJIFIRST PARTY?
Cash and cash equivalents which include donations and membership fees are stated in four bank accounts.
The cash in the bank totals $280,515.
Other assets of the FijiFirst include two vehicles - a Kia Sorento valued at $80,000 and a Mahindra vehicle valued at $55,000
Their liabilities stand at $248,000 which are outstanding invoices as at 30th June this year. Source: Fijivillage News