President Joko Widodo continued to examine the location of the affected earthquake and tsunami in Palu until the following location, namely the Roa-Roa Hotel, on Wednesday, October 3, 2018.
Around 12 o'clock, the president arrived in front of the ruins of the hotel. With the Minister of Public Works and Public Housing, Basuki Hadimuljono, and the governor of central Sulawesi, Longki Djanggola, the president then entered the ruined area of the hotel where the process of cleaning up debris and Evacuation was also in progress.
"The evacuation process, previously in Petobo, was also the evacuation process.In fact, our steps are on the verge of evacuation.Here, at the Roa-Roa Hotel, there are also 30 casualties inside, and this process continues to be completed so that all victims can be lifted, "said the president.
The president said that four days after the disaster, the field team was still looking for the best treatment model that could speed up the disaster management process. Then, also with regard to this evacuation, we still encounter obstacles such as the issue of fuel oil (BBM).
"The availability of (BBM) and we brought it from Donggala to come here but I just call, security must ask to be escorted by the authorities," he continued.
The president said that all the heavy equipment had entered. Although logistics, she started to enter even though she is not maximum.
"This electricity has begun to look at the road, repair the cable, fix the pole, repair the substations in the street.This must treat everything, again, it must be treated," he said. declared.
Finally, the president entrusts the governor and the regent so that the economic points begin to be reopened, so that the daily life of the community can become normal again.
"While the evacuation continues while, later on, the second stage of rehabilitation, reconstruction work is also underway, but the most important thing is that the economic points must be opened," he said. he declares.
From the Roa-Roa hotel, the president's entourage then headed to the Donggala regency. On the way, the president stopped twice to greet the community directly at the side of the road and distributed biscuits.
Arriving at the refugee camp around 1 pm, the president went directly to the refugee camp. Inside the refugee tent, the president greeted and spoke with the refugees.
At the head of state, the refugees spoke of the disaster that had hit them and their situation in the refugee camp. During his stay in this shelter, the president also provided fast food.
Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Wiranto, Minister for Human Development and Culture, Puan Maharani, Minister of Public Works and Housing, Mr. Basuki Hadimuljono, Minister of Health, Nila Moeloek, Head of the BNPB Willem Rampangilei. and Longki Djanggola, governor of central Sulawesi.
After that, the president and his entourage then went to the Donggala Regent's office, and then returned to the Mutiara Sis Al-Jufri airport, in the city of Palu.