Operations for CIP must go through its government


Any company wishing to carry out operations in Central Islands Province (CIP) must deal through the Provincial Executive Government first for a business licence.

This is according to the Executive Government of the province.

The CIP government is responding in disappointment to information reporting approvals of agreements between land owners and companies for certain operations of interest in the province that they are not aware off.

A survey from a recent agreement for operation is rumoured to take place soon at Small Ngella and this is for mining purposes.

CIP Premier Hon Patrick Vasuni when speaking to Island Sun yesterday said it would be wise to have their consent as well as the government of CIP.

“We do not accept such operations that are hazardous for the nature of this province. We only support those that will contribute positively to the tourism of CIP and the country,” said Vasuni.

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