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it will be more fair if the council provides the people of banaba with their financial reports every three months.
in this way, we will know how much money is left for us or to know where our money has gone to......... and not forgetting to audit the office every year.

if we want to grow financially, lets talk about less expenses and more on profits

just something to share

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Good to have all our investments be converted again to Phosphate and dumped here on Rabi.

that's pretty expensive exercise. 


hehehe, ngaia anne raoi.



This is good insight. I have heard good commonsense thinking about this for so long but, I guess the results have been futile.


I urge RC leaders to think positively as John F. Kennedy says, "Ask not what your country could do for you but, ask what you could do for your country..." What they could do is first change their attitudes (they always terminate the qualified and unbiased people and choose others that they can manipulate), command their accountant to produce their report. The auditor should be the peoples choice for transparency.


We can pour tonnes of words on this but, if it falls on deaf ears then, we are fighting a losing battle.





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