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Vonovono Calls It A Day

Vonovono Calls It A Day
Naomi Vonovono (right), receives her gift from Edward Tunidau at the Office of the Prime Minister last Friday. Photo: Paulini Ratulailai
April 19
09:33 2015

She could not hold back her emotions but wiped off tears as Naomi Vonovono spent her last day at the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM)  in Suva last Friday.

Ms Vonovono, 57, who provided 34 years of service at OPM finally retired on April 16. She hails from Nakalavo, Nadroga.

Her colleagues described her as a jovial, a good team player, hardworking, obedient, good adviser, supportive, committed officer, humble, etc.

The acting Principal Accounts Officer, now retired, said it was an honour working at the

Prime Minister’s Office.

“I have spent the last 34years here Office of the Prime Minister. I will miss all the leadership and each and every member. I will miss the way we all used to work together as a team it was just like a big family. I feel like I am leaving someone special, it’s like at home when somebody passes away,” she said.

“I have worked with the four ministers and all were the best. I feel so special being part of Office of the Prime Minister.”

She plans to spend her time with her husband in Sigatoka. She plans to start a small farming business and spend more time with her family.

Acting Permanent Secretary Naipote Katonitabua said she has gone through chains of government in these many years.

“She is a committed officer. She handled our accounts she made sure that everyone is served well,” Mr Katonitabua said.

“She’s a very humble officer and mingles with everybody so well. She has the attitude of getting things done and she is reliable responsible officer and always made things happen.

“She has all the knowledge and ways of doing things in the accounts department.”

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