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As part of its ongoing partnership with the Tikina Namosi Landowners Committee (TNLC), the Namosi Joint Venture (NJV) will provide assistance towards the set up of an office that will help the TNLC better perform its duties and functions.

The partnership has been cemented by the signing of a ‘Cost Support Deed’ by NJV Country Manager Greg Morris and the leadership of the TNLC.

Under the Deed, NJV will pay for an office space and equip the office with a computer, telephone, photocopier machine and furniture, as well as pay for electricity, phone, fax and internet charges.

NJV will also pay for the salary of two staff to manage the TNLC office, namely a secretary and driver.

The company will further assist the Government meet the cost of 4WD vehicle that will be solely used by TNLC to perform its official functions.

“The signing of the ‘Cost Support Deed’ is a further development in the growing partnership we have built with the TNLC,” said NJV Country Manager Greg Morris.

“NJV is pleased to provide this support that will enable the TNLC to more effectively perform its functions and obligations.”

“We are committed to strengthening this relationship and to move forward within the framework jointly agreed to by the NJV, Government and the TNLC,” Mr Morris said.

The signing of the ‘Cost Support Deed’ was witnessed and endorsed by the Deputy Secretary of the iTaukei Affairs Board, Colonel Apakuki Kurusiga.