SOLOMON Islands Full Gospel Association wants to see a system that is free from corruption in order to benefit the people in the rural areas.
This came after a leaked report in media revealed $78.5 million has been allocated for the National Transport and Infrastructure this year.
From the total allocation, eight constituencies have benefited from the $63 million shipping grant, while the rest were allocated to different winning companies.
And 10 members of Parliament benefited from the $14.5 million earmarked for machinery.
According to the report, $40.5 million was paid out as shipping grants and $4 million for machines in the first disbursement of funds.
In the second disbursement, $23.5 million was paid out for shipping grant and $10.5 million for machines.
Chairman of SIFGA, Pastor Ellison Bako said they believe the purpose of the government is to serve the people.
Pr Bako said there should be a system created by the government to channel funds for infrastructures to serve the people.
“However, from this current system, it seems the system allow loop hole for corruption in higher places.
“If this system is address, we will people in this country enjoy good services from the government and raise their standard of livings,” he said.
Pr Bako said other countries in the Pacific have moved away from Solomon Islands in terms of development because their systems work well to serve their people.
Solomon Islands Christian Association chairman, Bishop Mathias Lima said he cannot speak on behalf of the executive.
Bishop Lima said the executive will meet probably next week and may come up with any comments on this matter.
He is currently attending the National Youth Convention at Kilusakwalo in Malaita province.
SIFGA represents all Pentecostal churches in the country, while SICA comprises the five largest Christian churches in the country, the Anglican Church of Melanesia, the Roman Catholic Church, the South Seas Evangelical Church, the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and the United Church.
By EDDIE OSIFELO