Having learnt about recent developments popping up which are contrary to the approved use of the area, Mr Kipit issued the warning.
City Manager urged everyone to coorporate or they are removed forcefully.
He reaffirmed that almost 80 hectares of land at 9-Mile (portion 884) was designated as public cemetery under the Cemeteries Act (Chapter 302) of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea and other related laws.
Mr Kipit expressed grave concerns over increasing number of unauthorized vehicles and persons using the Cemetery access road for entry into the settlement and illegal developments.
He clarified that the use and purpose of the cemetery is for burial of deceased persons or further development plans of the Commission.
“The developments taking place within the vicinity of the area have not been approved by the NCDC Board or its Physical and Planning Board. Thus, it is all illegal,” Mr Kipit said.
He said when the construction of the 9-Mile to 14-Mile 4-lane road is complete, a permanent fence will be erected around the cemetery area to ensure structures used on graves are to acceptable and legal standards unlike now.
The design of the fence is before the NCD Physical and Planning Board for approval, he said.
Mr Kipit added that there were plans as well to build access roads in and around the cemetery and other development activities that complement the cemetery uses.
The NCD and Central Police Command has been informed about the illegal developments taking place within the area, he said.
Police, he said, were requested to assist stop these illegal activities.