A MAN accused of the murder of another man at Mono, Western Province, will enter his plea to the charge on September 16.
Kidoe Tufu faces one count of murder in relation to the allegation on 12 June 2015, at Falamai village.
Prosecution alleged Tufu attacked the deceased with an iron, resulting in his death the following day at Nila Clinic.
The incident occurred amidst a physical confrontation related to an ongoing logging dispute in Shortland Islands.
On the day of the alleged incident, a fight broke out between the anti-loggers and the supporters of Tri Jam logging company that have machines stationed in Mono.
The conflict and threats were between the supporters of the logging company and the villagers who opposed logging activities on the Island.
Tufu’s appearance, Wednesday was his second since he was transferred from the Correctional Service in Gizo.
The court heard disclosures were already provided to Tufu’s lawyer Anderson Kesaka of DNS & Partners.
Public Prosecutor Elma Rizzu is prosecuting.
By ASSUMPTA BUCHANAN