The Attorney-General and Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum this afternoon announced the relocation of over 300 families living in the informal settlements of Nanuku and Veidogo in Vatuwaqa to resettle in Makoi.

“Through meetings with the squatter settlers, the Bhindi family has agreed to develop a site in Makoi at a cost of $12 million dollars to relocate the families and give them blocks of land which they will be entitled to have under their own name under a 99 year lease,” the AG said.

“They have been working with the iTaukei Land Trust Board and we are happy to announce that the area will have proper water, electricity, roads and garbage collection as part of the development.”

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