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Shine A Light: Crisis Head Tells: Why Close 2 In Jobs

Allegations surfaced over the Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre following the resignation of two trustees. Now the centre’s longtime coordinator Shamima Ali has told why her partner and sister are employed at the centre.
11 Oct 2021 16:30
Shine A Light: Crisis Head Tells: Why Close 2 In Jobs
The Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre (FWCC) headquarters in Suva. Photo: Ronald Kumar. Inset: Maureen Penjueli (top) and Sufinaaz Dean.

Allegations surfaced over the Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre following the resignation of two trustees.

Now the centre’s longtime coordinator Shamima Ali has told why her partner and sister are employed at the centre.

The resignation of trustees Sufinaaz Dean and Maureen Penjueli was published in the Shine a Light column last Saturday.

Ms Penjueli resigned in August, followed by Ms Dean in mid-September. It was alleged to be amid allegations of governance issues…to read the full account from our Shine A Light Investigative Reporter and Editor Ivamere Nataro by subscribing to the Fiji Sun e-edition

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