The Guadalcanal Provincial Government and its people disassociates itself from remarks made by Hon Bradley Tovosia on the floor of Parliament on 8 September 2023 during the debate on the Bill to defer elections due next year to 2024.
The comments do not reflect the views of Guadalcanal Province and its peace-loving people and residents, some of whom have long standing and historical connection to Malaita Province and other provinces in our country, Premier Francis Sade said today.
He said: “Guadalcanal Provincial Government and its people and residents believes in national unity and any remarks that attempts to wedge difference between Guadalcanal Province and its people with our brothers and sisters from other provinces must be resisted and condemned in the strongest terms possible.
“As the provincial leader of Guadalcanal Province, I have called on my fellow colleague and premier of Malaita Province to inform him of the strongest bond our two provinces enjoy over the years. I believe Premier Suidani shares my view that Solomon Islands can achieve sustainable development when our two provinces, working together with our brothers and sisters from other provinces, put our collective efforts together as one nation under the Constitution of our country. I will also call my fellow premiers from other provinces in due course,” he said.
Guadalcanal Provincial Government calls on all peace-loving people of Solomon Islands to stand united and uphold the Constitution as the foundation of our nation.
God bless Solomon Islands from shore to shore.
- GP Press