The clean-up campaign is an initiative of the West Honiara constituency administration office as part of the constituency’s contribution in preparation for the 11th Festival of Pacific Arts.
West Honiara constituency development officer Brian Taupiri said residence of West Honiara constituency must be out in full force to join the exercise.
Mr Taupiri said a number of youth groups will take to the streets from the White River market up to the Mendana and King Solomon Hotel areas.
“The cleanup campaign will be along the main highway therefore all are invited to join.”
He said residents from ward 1 (Ngossi), ward 2 (Mbuburu) and ward 3 (Rove Lengakiki) are kindly asked by the MP to join in the clean-up.
“The main cleanup will be along the highway and already more than 100 students from White River, St John and Mbokona Schools, some youth groups and community groups will participate.”
Mr Taupiri stressed that although the target is along the main road, residents are encourage to come out and clean up their residential home surroundings.
“People must join by cleaning up around their houses, communities and areas as part of the clean-up.”
He said business houses within the constituency boundary have been asked to assist with donation of drinks for volunteers who will carry out the clean-up exercise.
Mr Taupiri said “the FOPA is one of the biggest event ever to come to our shores, therefore we must prepare at all fronts to ensure we give visitors a lasting picture of our happy Isles”.
By Ednal Palmer
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