FICAC filed an affidavit in reply to strike out application
February 6, 2018 5:33 am
The Fiji Independent Commission against Corruption has filed an affidavit in response to the strike out application filed by Defence in the case of former FNU Vice Chancellor, Ganesh Chand.
The Defence informed the Suva High Court that it will need time to file a response to reply.
The matter has been adjourned to March 9th next month and to set a hearing date on the strike out application.
Chand is charged with one count of abuse of office.
It’s alleged that Chand between 14th November 2012 and 4th July 2013 whilst being employed as the Vice Chancellor of the Fiji National University, approved payments amounting to $213,905.05 for overseas medical treatment for the Chairman of FNU, Filipe Bole from the university’s funds.