THREE Members of Parliament from Lau MBaelelea, North Malaita and Baegu Asifola have joined forces to assist the victims of Suava communities with relief supplies on Tuesday.
The relief supplies included 20 bales of second hand clothes, 20 sets of kitchen utensils, 250 bag of rice and 100 cartoons of Soltuna products.
The supplies were well received by Chairman of Ulufera Council of Tribes Patrick Taloboe and his committee members from the three MP’s Augustine Auga, Jimmy Lusibaea and David Tome.
Speaking during the handover ceremony Mr Taloboe acknowledged the three national leaders in working together and support his community by supplying the relief supplies.
He said, the relief supplies will sustain the livelihood of his community as they began to recover from the incident which cost some 47 homes when they were burnt down and displaced about 400 people.
“On behalf of the community I acknowledged the three leaders for cooperating together to settle the issue as well providing relief supplies for the community,” he said.
Mr Taloboe said, his community values their support and assured the three leaders that they stand ready to assist in terms of national development within Suava Bay.
He said, Suava Bay is been earmark for tuna Loin, sea port and economic growth center and they will always stand ready to cooperate with the national leaders in their development plans.
Member for Lau Baelelea Mr Auga also acknowledged North Malaita MP Mr Lusibae and Baegu/ Asifola MP Mr Tome for standing with him in a situation which affectsthe lives of his people.
He hopes the government will pass a rehabilitation funds to assist his people.
BY CHARLES KADAMANA