Most will agree that SINPF will rank amongst the few entities with stakes held by Solomon Islanders. However, I am finding it difficult to understand exactly where the members' interests lies within NPF's corporate strategy and objectives. If you a member living overseas or in the province, it is notoriously difficult to access NPF services on the web, let alone keep track on your investment. They just simply do not have a website. Can someone let the board and management know that the era for issusing of forms from the front desk has long passed. Wake up olketa!
Hubertson Warleds Jr.
NPF Please Explain
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