Island Administrator, Glenn Sacapaño promised that action would be taken today on the complaint of a resort at Station three.
It was alleged that a group of indigenous people is occupying the front of a vacant lot at the front beach and that they have built a makeshift house at the area.
According to Sacapaño, his office and the Municipal Social Worker of Malay would work together to find a solution to the matter.
The Administrator said that there is no law that prohibits indigenous people from going to Boracay and that they cannot be told to just leave.
What the Administrator is wondering about is how they were able to put up a makeshift house at the front beach. This is because, based on the complaint, the indigenous people litter and excrete human waste at the area and tourists see them do their day to day activities, and that even tourists are now worried for the mentioned indigenous people.