Independent probe into alleged USP breaches to begin soon
July 5, 2019 12:45 pm
FICAC has ended the investigation into allegations of mismanagement at the University of the South Pacific.
FICAC has withdrawn since USP has decided to engage independent investigators who will start their work next week.
A statement from the University’s Deputy Pro-Vice Chancellor Aloma Johansson and Chair of the Audit Risk Committee Mahmood Khan confirms protesting students will be able to make their case as well.
USP Vice-Chancellor and President Professor, Pal Ahluwalia earlier published a Paper titled ‘Issues, Concerns, and Breaches of Past Management and Financial Decisions’.
Based on this, some staff filed a report with FICAC before the USP could begin internal investigations.
FICAC has retained all records in safe custody and will deliver all material to the independent investigators who will submit a final report by mid-August.