Mr Manning said the recent seizure of a huge quantity of cocaine last Friday (July 31) in the South of Papa/Lealea villages just 30 minutes outside of Port Moresby by Acting Deputy Police Commissioner Operations Donald Yamasombi and team is to be commended.
Opposition Leader, Belden Namah, who has been dragged through court appearances, reinstated by the court recently and filing his application to challenge the election of the current Prime Minister, James Marape, labeled the Member for Madang and Police Minister, MP Byran Kramer, as being obsessed with him.
Prime Minister James Marape has been told to refrain from lying to the public and to bring to justice criminal elements in the Office of the Prime Minister who assaulted a Processed Server of Young and Williams Lawyers last week. Media Statement by Namah.
“It seems rich and powerful people in PNG cannot be touched by our Justice system,” Said Governor Allen Bird.
Police Insiders in the Nations Capital District of Papua New Guinea shockingly uncovered the following.
The K70 million the World Bank gave Papua New Guinea (PNG) to prepare for Covid-19 Pandemic has Mysteriously Disappeared.
The PNG government seems to have run out of ideas on how to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic. The government’s response at this stage is merely reactive, not proactive! While they are waiting for an incident to happen before they move, the prices of food and essentials in stores have tripled in less than a day in Pom and Lae!
The future looks promising for the people of Eastern Highlands province in the agriculture arena. Soon after my election as Governor for EHP, I stood firm in fixing my Administration and put five year integrated Development Plan 2017-2022 as blue print or road map for development for my Province.
CONTROLLER of the State of Emergency and Police Commissioner David Manning today commended members of Parliament for the passing of the National Pandemic Act that will continue the management and monitoring of COVID-19 when the State of Emergency ends next Tuesday.
The many colonial and neo-colonial laws must be changed now to control the economy, says Oro Governor Gary Juffa.