BY MIKE TUA
A special public service to reflect on the life and reign of the late Queen Elizabeth II will be held tomorrow at Saint Barnabas Cathedral in Honiara, according to the Solomon Islands Government Communication Unit.
The special church service will begin at 10 am in the Anglican Church of Melanesia’s Saint Barnabas Cathedral.
“The gates to the Cathedral will open for arrivals starting at 9 am.
“Members of the Public have been invited to join Guests and Dignitaries at a special commemoration service at Saint Barnabas Cathedral to celebrate and remember the life and reign of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on Wednesday 14 September.
“The special church service coincides with the final day of the three official days of national mourning in honor of the late Queen Elizabeth.
“Chief guests at the Service include the Acting Governor General Hon. Patteson John Oti, Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare, Deputy Speaker Commins Mewa, His Lordship Chief Justice Sir Albert Palmer, Former Governor Generals, Acting British High Commissioner His Excellency Steve Auld, and Senior Government Officials,” the Government Communication Unit Press Release stated.