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Development of 44 housing units, relocation letters given to families

Mere Naleba
Wednesday, July 02, 2014

THE People's Community Network is determined that the 44 housing units at the Lagilagi Project is progressing well and will be able to house more than 30 families who are still waiting to move into the new housing project at Jittu Estate.

PCN assistant director Savu Tawake said PCN could not accommodate everyone at once but families would move in phases depending on the availability of units.

"For some families who have not moved to the new units from phase 1 are awaiting the completion of 44 units undergoing construction at the moment, which should be completed soon," Mr Tawake said.

He confirmed that relocation letters were distributed to families living in the Jittu Estate area and not eviction letters as stated by some disgruntled people.

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