THE Member of Parliament for South Guadalcanal, David Day Pacha has described as not normal his constituency following the torrential rains and floods that hit parts of Guadalcanal and Honiara last week.
He said relief supplies to his people cannot be readily delivered not because there aren’t any.
He said the only ship that had been serving South Guadalcanal had been washed ashore in the bad weather therefore he has to secure an alternative transport to carry the relief supplies to his people.
Mr Pacha said he will be knocking on the door of the National Disaster Management Council to arrange airlifting the relief food supplies to his people.
He did not elaborate on the magnitude of the devastation caused to his constituents.
Meanwhile, communities between 01 and 02 bus stops at White River in West Honiara have complained that since their homes were swept through by the ravaging White River stream last Thursday, they have yet to receive any relief assistance to date.
Statesman Edward Kingmele says the communities will appreciate any assistance from anyone, including their MP, Namson Tran.
He said the people who have been affected by the bad weather should not be allowed to stay out in the cold for too long.
By George Atkin