The Fijian Competition & Consumer Commission teams are on the ground talking to members of the public as the inquiry into the Lagilagi Housing Project continues.
FCCC CEO, Joel Abraham says their teams are going house to house speaking to residents to ensure they cover all issues affecting people and their families.
The first phase of FCCC’s public inquiry into the project saw Abraham meeting with more than 200 people to gather information on their issues firsthand.
Following the positive response from the information gathering exercise, the Commission has now deployed ground teams into Lagilagi Housing and surrounding areas to assess the situation on a more personal level.
Abraham adds more than a 100 Fijians also turned up at their head office in Suva over the past few weeks with their complaints, motivated by the Commission’s work on the ground at Jittu Road.
The Fijian Competition and Consumer Commission is encouraging any person who has information or complaints regarding the Lagilagi Housing Project to come forward.