6 Mar 2006

Elusive organisation in Fiji promies more money for indigenous Fijians

11:37 am on 6 March 2006

The elusive organisation which has offered to give 3.5 billion US dollars to set up a bank for indigenous Fijians has offered even more money to develop Fijian land and resources.

The self-styled Chief of Cabinet of the so-called Office of International Treasury Control, Dr Keith Scott, made the offer of another three billion US dollars just before leaving Fiji on Friday night.

The Fiji Times quotes Dr Scott as saying the money had already been transferred to the United States Federal Reserve in New York which would transfer it to the Reserve Bank of Fiji and then to Tri-union Investment Holding Fiji Limited.

This company is headed by OITC Fiji representative, Masi Kaumaitotoya.

Dr Scott is reported as saying the Office of International Treasury Control is for real but it is a secret organisation which only allows kings, presidents and governors of reserve banks to view its accounts.

Despite an official denial by the United Nations of any knowledge of this organisation, Dr Scott continued to claim it was formed under the UN Charter and enjoys level five security within the UN.