Chief lauds Akan games

A WEEK-LONG Akan Christmas games at Kilu’ufi sports ground ended last week on a high note. The 7th Akan Christmas game was organised mainly to engage sports men and women from Ato, Kilu’ufi, Aligegeo and Niuniu villages to celebrate Christmas. Speaking at Aligegeo village a day after the official closing, Chief David Iro said the…

Another testimony of the goodness of sports

SPORTS continued to play a positive role in communities during the Christmas season. Another community that attracted youths from surrounding communities with a seven-aside-knock-out competition was Aufasu cillage, East Malaita. The village club hosted the competition starting on December 28. It attracted 14 teams from surrounding communities. Village elder Enoch Idui the village’s soccer club…

Fiu Christmas games engages villagers

VILLAGERS from Fiu, Central Kwara’ae shared the joy of sports during Christmas. Their games ended successfully last Sunday with presentation of prizes to winning teams. Chairman of the organising committee John Mark Male said sport is proving to be a very successful contribution to reducing anti-social behaviours in the communities. “We started our sporting activities…

MPA to elect speaker tomorrow

NOMINATION for Malaita Provincial Assembly (MPA) speaker’s post will close at 4pm today. Clark Matthew Maefai said election of a speaker is scheduled for tomorrow. He said after the election, nominations will open for the election of a new premier. Meanwhile lobbying to form a new government continues with three camps in place. An insider…

MMF welcomes DCC policy statement

Outspoken pressure group, Malaita Ma’asina Forum (MMF) said it supports the Democratic Coalition for Change Government’s (DCC) policy statement. President Charles Dausabea said although DCC is yet to settle in properly, their policy statement was encouraging. “There was high expectation of a change, and now it has become a reality,” Mr Dausabea said. He said…