The charge alleges between February 27 and July 2012, Mohammed, a director of TF Jan Bulldozing Company Limited, offered payments amounting to $93,000 to Turagacati, who was a public servant employed as an acting project accountant in the then Department of National Roads. It is also alleged in that same period, Mohammed and his company obtained a financial advantage amounting to $3,132,773.77 by receiving money the company was not entitled to, upon submitting false invoices and circumventing the proper procedures concerning the processing of payments with the influence of Turagacati.
According to the charges, the payments were made from the funds allocated for upgrading the Nausori Highland road. The third accused in this matter, Tamanitoakula, is charged with abuse of office. He is alleged to have processed payments amounting to $2,468,169.86 paid to TFJan Bulldozing Company Limited without following proper procedures.