What next for Morgan?

The crook Tuku Morgan would like to take over the chairmanship of Te Arataura. But it seems that he doesn’t have the numbers to unseat Tom Roa.

However, it would seem that he would be after the Te Kauhanganui chair instead. The chair comes with a $50,000 salary plus perks. For a broke-ass like Tuku, he’s frothing at the mouth and really desperate for that money.

Will Te Kauhanganui be suckered in by this crook whose main aim is work from the inside to bring about the downfall of Te Kauhanganui. Do the rules allow for the Maori king’s non-elected representative to stand for any chairman’s role?

(Update: once Tuku found out that the rules prohibited his application to run for the chairmanship – he pulled out.)

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10 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Voice
    Mar 12, 2013 @ 08:01:10

    To my knowledge it’s not just Morgan that wants Roa and his lot out. Has anyone seen the agenda for the next meeting? Is it true that Roa lets Hemi Rau abuse staff and HR madwoman Tukere did nothing?

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    • Tainui on the Web. Eraka's Blog
      Mar 12, 2013 @ 13:50:03

      If there’s anything to the ‘abuse’ or ‘verbal assault’ accusations then let the process run its course. It wasn’t so long ago that Tania Martin was accused of bashing Patsy Mclean. This might be a similar case of no substance and nothing there.

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  2. TM
    Mar 12, 2013 @ 11:30:11

    Here is agenda that they can not surmount – Gods

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  3. TM
    Mar 12, 2013 @ 11:34:14

    I am watching and when I arrive and I will arrive remember I saw everything – TeManawa

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  4. Voice
    Mar 12, 2013 @ 16:56:33

    I wondered what happened to those assault accusations against Tania Martin. That was on TV wasn’t it?

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  5. Ngawai Robinson
    Mar 13, 2013 @ 10:24:31

    In the last few years I’ve assessed key TKI /Arataura – representatives for suitability to appointments to various governance roles in particular I’m guided by the substantial weight which tells us it’s time for your 3 year performance review.

    We have many reps in various governance roles, in various governance structures, performing at various levels and wannabes in waiting.

    Despite their broad spread of skills their experience abilities and knowledge of tikanga, their appointments have failed the test of the time.

    Aquaintance – must be familiar with the business must not create new issues likely to affect business performance, must maximise the business assets and minimise the liabilities to the business (such as recent court cases i.e. water)…failed KPI/result.

    Adherence – must act in accordance with the principles and terms of Incorporated Society Act 1908 rules and responsibilities – i.e. key governance skills and capabilities are required… failed KPI/ result.

    Impartiality – all representatives including kahui ariki rep must act in the best interest of all Waikato Tainui beneficiaries… failed KPI/result.

    Pay the right people – TKI must pay salaries and court costs to the right people at the right time…Tania Martin is still waiting – failed KPI/result.

    Act without personal profit – what can I say, raise your hands Te Arataura and own it – failed KPI/result.

    Act jointly – TKI and Te Arataura must work together must share responsibility for any wrongdoing or mistakes made. All reps are accountable to the beneficiaries… failed KPI/result.

    Diligence and Prudence – reps must act with care in their involvement in a whole range of activities and ventures, commercial and conservational so as to benefit the community as a whole…partially completed KPI/result.

    And the rest whanau is history in the making… there is no respite for us beneficiaries!

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  6. RANGI MARIE
    Mar 18, 2013 @ 16:02:07

    Lets talk about the first MAORI QUEEN for NZ. She will hold the scales of Justice to Judge Te Riti o Waitangi – which her Te Arawa ancestors NEVER signed. Queen Victorias treaty led to Queen elizabeths courthouses as follows:
    1. common courthouses including Maori land court
    2. City/borough council chamber courthouses
    3. Parliament courthouse of the beehive model.
    Go to YOUTUBE: Pattern Reader series 1-4

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  7. :)
    Mar 20, 2013 @ 19:01:10

    Lets face it the corporate pakehap structure is not conducive to Maori social structures of iwi, hapu, whanau. Abandon the structure, and give back our land you corporate crooks.

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  8. Ngawai Robinson
    Mar 21, 2013 @ 07:51:39

    The second limb of the test for Tainui can be met as our trust expands and the asset base increases, for instance all maraes should look into how to encourage the widest possible participation in the election of experienced individuals for the marae representative roles.

    The demands by beneficiaries living overseas and locally for a more comprehensive range of voter notification and participation can be met by introducing internet votes.

    This new system will also create an opportunity for updating and setting up of beneficiary information via your marae using real-time data that is driven/owned by each marae to capture a wider audience so voting becomes more commonplace.

    And it creates a much needed opportunity to improve the original (mark I design) established by the creators of the TKI system.

    The new formula for a statutory shaped tikanga model with key performance indicators requires hiring an experienced specialist from a change management background. It’s an important functional requirement all Waikato beneficiaries are calling for, so we can get right this time.
    .

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  9. :)
    Mar 24, 2013 @ 07:11:30

    Sounds too much like a pakeha system with internet voting. Lets just get back to being hapu and whanau.and recognising our kaumatua and kuia as the true leaders of our tribe.

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