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If John Tamihere Wants a Loan He Should Go to a Bank

If John Tamihere Wants a Loan He Should Go to a Bank

3 APRIL 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Reacting to David Fishers’ piece in today’s New Zealand Herald relating to a $500,000 transaction from the Waipareira Trust on the same day as John Tamihere settled his $1.3 million Auckland home, Jordan Williams, Executive Director of the Taxpayers’ Unionsays:

“It appears that taxpayer money was used for a half a million dollar overdraft facility. If John Tamihere wants a loan he should go to a bank.”

“This could be the Kohanga Reo National Trust all over again. Taxpayer money meant for frontline services being used by the apparent custodians. John Tamihere should front up and explain.”

ENDS

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