The NCD/Central Division Commander, Assistant Commissioner of Police Anthony Wagambie Jnr has called for calm in the capital following the rampage and unsolicited attacks on the public and police personnel on earlier this week, which left many in the capital traumatized.
The ACP when addressing the media recently, he stated that everyone in the capital city has the right to feel safe and move around freely without having to fear for their lives and called on everyone to respect each other.
“This is the capital city of Papua New Guinea; it does not belong to any one group of people.”
“There are a lot of people that move around here whether it would work or for studies they are all here.”
“The city must stay safe for business to continue as usual.”
He called for collaboration with the aggrieved relatives of the young man that was found dead around the Gordons area, calling them to come forward and assist should they have evidence as to what transpired that led to the death of the young man.
“If you feel that you have evidence to tell us what you think.”
“I have full confidence in the NCD CID.”
He further added they have given a time frame for the investigation team to look into the matter and will be expecting them to put forward their findings in the near future.