Police are making progress on investigations into the murder of the son of Deputy Governor for West New Britain Province.
“Our investigators are still working on the case of the recent killing of the son of the deputy governor,” said Provincial Police Commissioner Januarius Vosivai.
The WNB PPC says the progress into this investigation is slow but his officers have been working to establish the facts surrounding the murder of the young man.
“We have identified three (3) suspects in this murder case and we will be making some arrests soon,” Vosivai added.
The deceased, Michael Naipu who is the son of the deputy governor, was believed to be last seen alive at the Kumbango Plantation before his untimely death.