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Mataitini evacuates as riot worsens


Nov 26, 2021 02:14:56 PM

Mataitini evacuates as riot worsens A Fijian woman was escorted away from her hotel in Honiara, Solomon Islands yesterday following the second day of uncontrollable riots.

Salote Mataitini who is a pilot for Air Kiribati has been stuck in Honiara for the last two days as violence and rioting worsens in the capital.

Mataitini said she and her crew have been taken to a safer hotel away from China Town which is currently a hotspot for violence.

“I have been told that all the Solomon domestic aircrafts have been flown to an outer island called Munda for safekeeping,” she said.

“The Solomon Islands A320 is currently in Brisbane, the one she was supposed to go on this afternoon but their flight has been cancelled.

“We have been evacuated to a safer hotel away from China Town which is currently a hotspot for violence. We left our suitcases in the truck and going by the quarantine bus.

“We were escorted out from Honiara Hotel by staff and volunteers from the Solomon Red Cross Society. We are now safe in a hotel in the city,” she said.

She in a social media post said many people feel safer with the arrival of Australian Defence Force.

“The fire trucks have finally arrived and the firemen are trying to put out the remaining fires. Looks like we'll be safer today after the arrival of the Australian Defence Force,” she said.

“On Wednesday, I watched the protestors burn a bure in front of Parliament house from a distance .Yesterday was worse, because it was happening right in front of my hotel room.

“Yesterday I was planning to sleep the whole day after the long flight from Kiribati on Wednesday but instead I was watching Chinatown burn,” she said.

Most of the protesters in Honiara are reportedly from the neighbouring island of Malaita. People on the island have long complained of neglect by central Government.

They strongly opposed the decision to switch the country’s diplomatic allegiance from Taiwan to China in 2019.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka


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