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Tuinaceva: LTA Top Staff Will Be Reshuffled

Land Transport Authority (LTA) chief executive officer Naisa Tuinaceva has announced that their three regional managers would be reshuffled to different divisions next year. He made this announcement during a
21 Dec 2015 10:47
Tuinaceva: LTA Top Staff Will Be Reshuffled
From Left: Lands Transport Authority Western Regional Manager Alfred Wiliame Junior, Northern Regional Manager Emosi Caniogo, Chief Excutive Officer Naisa Tuinaceva and General Manager of Technical Operation Faiyum Ali during a Christmas program in LTA Labasa office on Friday evening.

Land Transport Authority (LTA) chief executive officer Naisa Tuinaceva has announced that their three regional managers would be reshuffled to different divisions next year.

He made this announcement during a Christmas programme at the LTA office in Bulileka outside Labasa town last Friday.

Northern regional manager Emosi Caniogo will be transferred to lead the eastern and central divisions.

Western regional manager Alfred Wiliame Junior would take care of the Northern Division and Paulini Tora, currently regional manager central eastern, will take over the Western Division.

Fiji Sun was able to meet the current Northern and Western regional managers with Mr Tuinaceva.

Mr Tuinaceva said the three regional managers were aware when they were appointed that they would be on rotational basic every year. “The idea is to give them the opportunity to have exposure to different environment and work culture in the three different regions,” Mr Tuinaceva said.

He said this was done keeping in mind the need to provide the best service delivery to our customers and ensuring safety on our roads.

“For Mr Wiliame Junior coming to the North is nothing new for him because from 2003 to 2007 he worked as a team leader at LTA Labasa office.”

“I only need to put in good strategies for a have good operation and I will be working more with the team leaders,” he said.

“I have been told that 71 enforcement officers would be recruited around Fiji and some will come to the North which is good news.”

“This is an indication of the level of service delivery so I am looking forward to this to assist in my work as the northern region is a vast area.”



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