Improved health services in Namosi satisfies Ratu Suliano – FBC News
[Source: Ministry of Health & Medical Services – Fiji / Facebook]
Chief Namosi and former MP Ratu Suliano Matanitobua acknowledged the government’s work to improve health services in his province.
Ratu Suliano says the opening of the newly renovated Waivaka Nursing Station in the province will greatly benefit its people.
Chief Namosi says it is a challenge for the villagers to get to Suva and such improvements will help them.
The government has invested over $100,000 in the renovation of the station.
The center provides services to seven villages under the Waivaka Medical Zones.
Ratu Suliano says he hopes similar work will be done at two other nursing stations in the province.
He says if the developments as such make his people happy, then he is also happy.
The former MP is awaiting sentencing in the anti-corruption court after being found guilty of corruption-related charges last month.
He was found guilty of giving false information to a public official and obtaining a financial advantage while he was an MP.
The former deputy illegally obtained more than $38,300 between August 2019 and April 2020.