Fijian Rugby boss in shock stand down

Fiji Rugby Union Chief Executive Keni Dakuidreketi has resigned as without offering any explanation for his decisionafter 10 years in administrative roles.

In a posting on its website Wednesday, the FRU said Dakuidreketi tendered his resignation and it was accepted by the union’s new chairman, Colonel Mosese Tikoitoga.

Tikoitoga thanked Dakuidreketi for his “immense contribution to the development of the game and the FRU as a professional organization.”

Dakuidreketi said he was privileged and honored to have served an organization which “affects the very heart of the nation and where each and every individual regardless of creed or color has an opinion.”

Dakuidreketi’s resignation follows an extraordinary week in which Scotland Rugby Boss Gordon McKie and English Rugby Boss John Steele stood down.

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