PNG Police Commissioner David Manning is calling uping the former Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea and the Member for Ialibu-Pangia Hon. Peter O’Neill to make himself available to police investigators for the allegations of perjury emanating from the UBS Commission of Inquiry. Police investigation team are satisfied that Mr. Peter O’Neill gave false evidence whilst under oath, according to the UBS Commission of Inquiry report.
PNG Former Prime Minister Peter O’Neill
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“The major and real victims in this sad state of affairs is the people of Papua New Guinea, who have lost K120 million from the purchase of these faulty, un-functioning generators. Not only do they not have the promised power supply, but have lost out on the chance to K120 million worth of services.” PM
“Both Mr Sheppard and Mr Maladina are considered to be close to PNG Prime Minister Peter O’Neill and senior ministers and advisers, upon whom Canberra relies heavily for providing the Manus Island immigration detention centre. Mr Sheppard was appointed in 2014 as a “resident” director of the company that provides security to the centre, but resigned in January.