Deputy Prime Minister Manasseh Maelanga yesterday joins Koa valley community in Central Honiara to remember those who lost their lives during the April flash flooding.
The visit was an invitation from the community leader to DPM to also attend the St Day and commemoration of those who lost their lives.
Speaking at the ceremony Deputy prime minister said the government will continue to support people during times of disaster.
The DPM yesterday took time to see the extent of damages caused by the Mataniko river to Koa valley community.
Speaking on behalf of the community and victims assistance chairman Derrick Deri St John church building was the last building to be pulled down by the community.
He commended the DMP for his availability to be part of the event.
By SOLOMON LOFANA