BY BARNABAS MANEBONA
There is now green light for the Media Association of Solomon Islands (MASI) after it was revealed that the Leadership Advisory Group (LAG) will look into the recent MASI standoff.
The standoff concerning MASI’s constitution came about after their Special General Meeting (SGM) that was held on Saturday February 17, 2018.
According to the President elect of MASI Mr Charles Kadamana speaking to Sam Seke of Radio Australia’s Tok Pisin Service, LAG will be meeting over the MASI constitutional issue raised by Island Sun and whatever outcome or decision will be from them.
In the interview, Kadamana said as MASI’s new president he is keen on helping media in Solomon Islands in the area of trainings for Journalists.
Since speaking to ABC and revealing the next step forward for MASI, Island Sun understands that LAG is still to receive formal notices or call from the current MASI executive to sort out the issue at hand.
Island Sun has spoken to a number of members from LAG who revealed that they have not yet heard from MASI Executive but only heard about the decision for them to step in through the news from ABC.