May 04, Honiara Solomon – The Supervising Mayor of Honiara City Charles Aiwsouga has called for peace following incidents which happened at Henderson and Independence valley this week
The situation at Henderson and Independence Valley became tensed after companies who owned the land in these area started evicting squatter settlements.
Aiwosuga said parties involved should not take things into their own hands but let the rightful authorities deal with the issue and resovle it.
“From the Mayor’s Office I call on the good people invovled in the incidents to refrain from taking the law into thier own hands and let the rightful and responsible authorities deal with this sensitive issue.”
“I would like to call on all parties from those incidents to come to an understanding and resovle the matter peacefully,” he added.
The Supervising Mayor said the City comprises with Solomon Islanders and different nationalities, therefore people should not be living in fear but in peace.
“The City is for all of us who are living in and I ask that there should be no disturbance to create fear among other city residents. We should have a peaceful environment in which everyone can enjoy their daily activities freely,” he added.
As the Supervising Mayor of the City he urged for peace between parties involved and asked the police to mediate and ease the situation.