Mr Lency Bambu said they are yet to make any decision on whether to ban the sale of cooked food at the school compound.
“As long as we get the result, a decision will be made,” Mr Bambu said.
He said selling of cooked food still continues but only from those who has certificates from the Honiara City Council.
A primary school student was taken to Mbokona clinic two weeks ago when she felt ill after eating fish and chips sold at the school compound.
She was attended to by a nurse at Mbokona clinic and was given an antibiotic drug.
A similar incident also happened at Bishop Epalle School this year which resulted in a ban on selling of cooked food at the school compound.
By TRIXIE CARTER
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