THE building on a drainage reserve next to the new Hilton Hotel at Hohola, in Port Moresby, is now progressing at a fast rate after it was stopped sometimes ago.
The minister for lands had said the building was on a drainage reserve and he would stop work on it.
This is the same situation we had on a piece land in Koki which was once reserved for recreation but which ended up being used to build a huge shopping complex.
The lands minister said he would have the building demolished.
What happened? Was the building demolished? If not, can the lands minister explain what became of the two issues?
Maybe the prime minister should step in and order an inquiry.