BY GEORGE MANFORD
TENANTS of the Auki Plaza have vacated the premises yesterday, ending three years of arguments and challenges with the Malaita provincial government.
The tenants left after a court order which was issued them expired on March 29.
The Malaita provincial secretary Jackson Gege and security personnel of the province carried out the orders.
The tenants left the building after the recent Easter celebration where all gates were locked barring public from entering the area, giving time for any development plans to be carried out in the site.
Premier of Malaita Province Peter Ramohia said, “I thank the tenants for their understanding and corporation with the Malaita Provincial Government.
“Let us work together hand in hand to give well and facelift development for Auki and allow the National Provident Fund (NPF) to take part in the development of Malaita.”
The NPF board was supposed to meet yesterday and any outcome of the meeting will be passed on to the Malaita provincial government this week.