The Permanent Secretary Karen Galokale of the Ministry of Police National Security and Correctional Service and staff, Commissioner of the Correctional Service Solomon Island (CSSI), SIJP, Executive staffs, Commandants, Directors, Ranks and files, family members paid tribute to correctional officer late Wendy Pechakibo who sadly passed away in her home residence in Honiara yesterday, 26 September 2021
Executives and staffs of CSSI salute CO Wendy Pechakibo for the efforts she achieved on behalf of the country’s security, law and order after joining the Correctional Service of Solomon Islands in 2006, Commissioner Gabriel Manelusi said she is an outstanding female officer who ensures, tasks must be achieved on time.
“Pechakibo contribution to CSSI organisation, government and the people of Solomon Islands for the least of 15 years where your support makes late CO Pechakibo to be a leader in the CSSI organisation. She was posted to Rove Central Correctional Centre and served under programs unit as a senior administration officer, CSSI women’s Network Committee and currently posted at the Correctional Head quarter as an assistant Registry officer till she was called to rest”. Manelusi said
Manelusi reminds the family of late CO Pechakibo at the funeral service held at Kukum SDA church that it’s very hard moment for all of us, but we must accept and continue pray for her and continue pray for each other especially the family. She return to God the owner, her return is gain by God and a loss to us here on this earth
Commissioner Gabriel Manelusi acknowledge the Permanent Secretary and Staff in Ministry of Police National Security and Correctional Service, SIJP, the SDA Kukum church pastor, husband and children of late Pechakibo, Executive members, Commandants, Directors, Ranks and Files for attending, honouring and to pay last respect to late CO Wendy Pechakibo
The body of late Correctional Officer Wendy Pechakibo was finally transported by officers and family members to his home village at Aruligho on 29th September 2021 for her final rest.