‘Sort out differences for common good’
20 March, 2018, 12:00 am
PLANS for developments to establish Seaqaqa as a town will not progress if landowners do not sort out their differences and work collectively for the common good.
This was the view of Nabukadogo Village headman Orisi Dovibua.
“We need developments at Seaqaqa to continue so that it could be recognised as a formal town,” he said.
Mr Dovibua said the only way to get the town developments progress was for landowners to reconcile their differences and provide the land needed.
“Let us forgive each other for the sake of our future generations.
“We should all work together in unity and only then our town will be more developed and we will be the very ones that will benefit from it in the future.”
Macuata provincial administrator Semi Kuru said the landowners had no stake in the proposed development of Seaqaqa into a town other than providing land.
“They should give the land and erase their differences so developments can go ahead,” he said.
Plans to develop Seaqaqa into a municipality were first mooted in 2014.