The Solomon Islands National Teachers Association, SINTA, has called for an investigation into the resignation of its former Credit Union Chairmen, Donation Hougura and Lense Bambo last month.
SINTA Acting General Secretary Walter Tesuatai told local reporters yesterday, SINTA is calling on the Credit Union League, the Central Bank of Solomon Islands and the Minister responsible to conduct an investigation into the two’s resignation.
Mr Tesuatai said the call is important as many members of the Credit Union have yet to receive tangible benefits from the union, under the leadership of Mr Hougura and Mr Bambo.
“Our successive managements or executives who came in to manage this subsidiary , this service for teachers – the Credit Union – has become a question and teachers would like to question it. Up until this time this office has experienced a big number of teachers coming in to question what happened to the Credit Union, like where are our shares of the Union.”
SIBC News understands, SINTA is seeking an urgent Annual General Meeting to resolve the issue.