So, it seems the infamous squatters from the tiny atoll of Parem in the Municipality of Nett who now dwell on the once "public market" premise in Kolonia Town will not move despite orders from the State Attorney. The next step is for a court order and when that happens, I'm afraid these people will have no options left but MOVE. If not, then they are making a big mistake in standing their ground and believing that their celebrated traditional leader Iso Naniken of Nett (was impeached from Nett District Administrator and a well-known drug user) would come to their rescue and scare the Government into backing off and enabling these people to continue to dwell in the public market premises turning the place into the first ghetto living standard like in Pohnpei with human waste and unsanitary debris all over the place. There have been recent studies that determined the whole area to be infested with E.coli germs. So my best bet is don't buy any more fish and foog takeouts from these areas. They're infected and will remain infected until the cause is evicted from the area.


  • The issue had been tracked along for a while when it should have been addressed from the start. This is classic Micronesian style of doing things, let it slide until it gets worst. I think instead of forcing the issue, government can play smart and issue out bidding for the lots. convince the current users that the land is up for lease; its public land right?
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