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KAZUKURU LANDOWNERS PLEDGED SUPPORT TO NATIONAL PROJECTS

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Traditional leaders from Lefthand Kazukuru customary landowners have paid a courtesy call on the Prime Minister Honourable Jeremiah Manele MP on Friday last week.

The Kazukuru landowners have used the courtesy call purposely to pledge their support to the national developments in Noro and Munda.

Prior to meeting proper, the landowners through their representatives have congratulated and made best wishes to PM Manele and his Government for National Unity and Transformation as the latter go about governing the affairs of the country.

The landowners also used the occasion to reaffirm their stance to continue to support government investments and future plans on Southwest New Georgia.

The landowners expressed to the Prime Minister that while they freely offered their land and resources for development, they also wish government to reciprocate the sacrifices they have made to avail their resources to the state.

Prime Minister Manele spoke highly of Western Provinceโ€™s contribution to the national coffers, and moreso, acknowledging the Ziata landowners for availing their resources for national development.

The Prime Minister expressed that the Ministry of Mines, Energy and Rural Electrification is the mandated ministry to look into any issues pertaining to water resources. And further assured the landowners that the government through the ministry will look into their issues and take necessary steps thereafter.

The Kazukuru landownersโ€™ were here in Honiara on the invitation of Solomon Water. The State Owned Enterprise (Solomon Water) plans to upgrade the Ziata water source infrastructure, and the landowners were here for briefing and update on the proposed development.

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The landowners have given their full support for Solomon Water to proceed with the upgrading of the Ziata water source infrastructure.

Present during the courtesy call were representatives from the families of Zinihite, Talasasa and Biku.

ENDS///

-OPMC Press Release-

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