Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare spent Christmas Day and Boxing Day with patients at two of the nation’s hospitals.
On Christmas Day, he visited and presented gifts to those at the National Referral Hospital (NRH) in Honiara.
On Boxing Day, he travelled to north Guadalcanal to visit and spent time with patients at the Good Samaritan Hospital at Tetere and yesterday he ended the visit at Christian Care Centre.
On different visits, Sogavare was accompanied by immediate family members and his officials.
At the Care Centre Sogavare has praised the Anglican church of Melanesia to establish the Christian Care Centre.
“To establish this centre is a clear indication of acting out the love of Jesus and what you did is recorded in Heaven,” Sogavare added
He said it touches the heart of God what this centre is doing to take care of children and women suffer from abuse and violence.
“It touches the heart of God when he sees His children suffer.
“We claim Solomon Islands as a Christian nation but it hurts me as leader of a Christian country when we have establishment like this centre it contradict that we are living in a Christian country,” Mr Sogavare said
Prime Minister Sogavare said this centre is a clear manifestation of God’s love that Christians propagates.
Speaking to end his Christmas visit yesterday he said that God hates violence, thus it is important for all fathers to take heed to Godly principles of marriage.
“We preached so much about God’s love but when it comes to expressing God’s love is not manifest in us
Responding to the Prime Minister Sogavare is the staff of the centre Doreen Awaiasi applauded his visit to see the needs of the centre and they expect government support.
Ms Awaiasi urged the nation to demonstrate God’s love at their homes to end violence and abuse to have a better home and family.
By ELLIOT DAWEA