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Friday, 14 March 2014

UNITECH investigation finds criminal negligence in management of funds | PNGexposed Blog

Original: UNITECH investigation finds criminal negligence in management of funds | PNGexposed Blog
March 12, 2014

A official investigation (order by the former Council in 2012 AS) at the University of Technology into the management of Public Investment Programme funds has found serious instances of mismanagement and criminal negligence involving senior staff and a former Vice Chancellor.



In a Report [Unitech Sengi Report], dated September 2012, the Expenditure Investigations Committee found the following staff had”seriously breached their Terms of Contract”:

Professor Narayan Gehlot – “guilty of disgraceful or improper conduct”, “inefficient or incompetent” and “negligent in the discharge of his duties” “for personal advantage and gain”.
Bursar Mr Jimmy Imbok – “criminally negligent” and “negligent or careless in the discharge of his duties”
University Planner Mr Brian Kakini – “criminally negligent”, acted “maliciously or deliberately in a discriminatory manner”, was “negligent or careless in the discharge of his duties”, was “inefficient or incompetent” and acted ”for personal advantage and gain”.

In addition the “former Vice Chancellor” was involved “in the improper awarding of contracts amounting to abuse of proper process”. He “ignored proper and due processes and was in gross violation”. “There was deliberate gross abuse of proper and legal procedures”.

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