Post Fiji CEO and Manager Supply Chain faces court
February 9, 2018 5:43 am
The Chief Executive of Post Fiji and the Manager Supply Chain charged by the Fiji Independent Commission against Corruption for alleged corruption related offences were released on bail by the Suva Magistrates court today.
Wing Ham Wong has been charged with one count of general dishonesty causing a loss.
It is alleged that between 1st July 2016 and 31st October 2016 Wong dishonestly caused a risk of loss to the Fiji Revenue and Customs Services, namely provided an underrated value for a Television purchased for his personal use knowing that the loss will occur or substantial risk of loss will occur to the FRCS.
Abdul Ali is charged with one count of false or misleading documents.
It is alleged that between July and October 2016 Ali submitted a tax invoice of Speedy Customs Agency and did so knowing that the documents was false or misleading and that the said document was produced in compliance or purported compliance with the Customs Act.
Wong is also charged with aiding and abetting false or misleading documents. It is alleged that Wong aided and abetted Abdul Ali in providing a document namely a tax invoice to Speedy Customs Agency.
The two have been released on $1000 bail each with two sureties each in the same sum.
Magistrate Waleen George has ordered the two to report to the Totogo and Valelevu Police stations respectively.
A stop departure has also been issued against the two.
Wong and Ali’s lawyers have been ordered to deposit their clients travel documents in the court registry by Monday.
The case will be called on 14th march.