Failure, according to a warning letter sent to him, may result in charges laid against him.
The letter, dated 12th November, was written by the Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Infrastructure Development (MID), Moses Virivolomo.
This was after Mr Fugui’s failure to return the vehicle registered plate number G3477 following the lapse of the 14 days grace period he was given.
Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo sacked Mr Fugui late last month.
The letter said: “The Ministry of Infrastructure Development requests the immediate return of the government allocated vehicle G3477 currently under your possession.”
The letter also stated the grace period will not be extended and that Mr Fugui has been kindly asked to hand over the keys to the MID staff.
Asked last night if the vehicle had been returned, Mr Virivolomo said it hasn’t.
Attempts to talk to Mr Fugui were unsuccessful last night.
By Jeremy Inifiri
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