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Hard Work Pays Off For Chambers Staff

Published: Mon 14 Dec 2009 01:13 PM
Hard Work Pays Off For Chambers Staff
For the first time, the Attorney-General’s Chambers recognised one of its employees for its outstanding work for the year 2009. Principal Accounting Officer, Mrs Sainimili Ganivatu was nominated by both the professional and corporate staff, after nominations were called. The Solicitor-General, Mr Christopher Pryde said that amongst the comments received for Mrs Ganivatu from staff included that she had a humble personality; was prompt to respond to requests; she worked beyond what was required for day to day duties; helpful and understanding and was honest, reliable and loyal. In accepting the award, Mrs Ganivatu said that she had never expected it and was humbled by the award. She thanked the staff of Chambers for the award. The Award is set to become an annual event with Chambers.
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