THE Development Bank of Solomon Islands (DBSI) will resume its services today after it has temporarily suspended them due to the earthquake that struck Honiara on Tuesday afternoon.
DBSI had issued a notice about the temporary suspension for which it apologised for any inconvenience it may cause.
“We are temporarily suspending servicing of accounts in the Anthony Saru Building due to building safety issues and we will resume normal services by tomorrow (today) at Room 27 NPF Plaza.”
However, it said during the suspension, its respective managers can be contacted on their mobile phones to discuss any loan support requirements.
An undersea earthquake of magnitude 7.3 occurred at 1:00pm on Tuesday Afternoon near Latitude 9.8 Degrees South, Longitude 159.6 Degrees east. This is approximately near 53 kilometres southwest of Honiara.
By FOLLET JOHN
Solomon Star, Newsroom