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New Labasa MSAF Office to Boost North Operations

The new Maritime and Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) office is set to boost operations in the North. Present during the new MSAF of­fice opening officiated by Prime Minister Voreqe
17 Oct 2018 11:00
New Labasa MSAF Office to Boost North Operations
The new MSAF Labasa office.

The new Maritime and Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) office is set to boost operations in the North.

Present during the new MSAF of­fice opening officiated by Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama were the Permanent Secretary for Lands and Minerals Malakai Finau, PS Secretary Transport and Infrastructure David Kolitagane, MSAF chief executive Captain Philip Hill and Tui Macuata Ratu Wiliame Katonivere.

Last Tuesday Mr Bainimarama apart from opening the newly reno­vated Labasa MSAF office also opened the upgraded Fiji Geodetic Datum at Vatunibale.

“This newly renovated MSAF Office is now up to the standards your staff deserve, with adequate space to ac­commodate the customers you are here to serve,” Mr Bainimarama said.

“I know you’ll take full advantage, and Fijians who rely on this office will enjoy a higher level of service from this office moving forward,” he said.

“When the economy grows, our na­tional cake grows bigger, and we can fund the development projects that transform Fijian lives and well-being for the better.

“The Fijian economy today is the biggest and best it has ever been, with nine straight years of growth, and positive projections ahead if we main­tain our present course.

“That is why we’re able to deliver so much new development across the country, and deliver on the great promises we’ve made to the Fijian people.

MSAF has a total of 11 offices and they are based at the following locations:

1) Suva

2) Navua

3) Denarau

4) Lautoka

5) Rakiraki

6) Levuka

7) Natovi

8) Taveuni

9) Labasa

10) Nabouwalu

11) Savusavu

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