Ngiraingas said...Ngirkelau’s so called termination was pre-mature and improper because he did not approve the performance rating of Bureau of Public Works Director Techur Rengulbai. A document revealed that Rengulbai reviewed Ngirkelau’s performance and gave him an unsatisfactory rating. Ngiraingas said he did not approve the performance rating because there was no document attached that would explain why Ngirkelau’s performance was unsatisfactory.
Attorney General Ernestine Rengiil wrote a letter to Ngiraingas on June 30 and stated that Ngirkelau’s performance evaluation will prove that he did not successfully complete his initial probation period and may not be converted to permanent appointment status. The AG in her letter stated that Ngirkelau’s employment officially ended on February 19 and if the Ministry requires the services of Ngirkelau in a different position, he needs to apply for the position...He added that he also wrote a letter to Vice President Kerai Mariur who is also the Minister of Finance to correct Ngirkelau’s status. Here.
It's VP Mariur's call now. And of course, he knows very well that Ngiraingas delivered big time during the election.