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Is international fugitive Tjandra Joko Soegiarto back in PNG?

N8989N sitting on the tarmac at Jacksons airport, Port Moresby

A Gulfstream private jet N8989N is currently parked at Port Moresby International Airport. It is alleged this aircraft has brought international fugitive Tjandra Joko Soegiarto back to PNG.

It is alleged Joko is closely associated with a number of PNG politicians and arrived in PNG with large quants of cash. It is further alleged he is trying to negotiate the purchase of 4 million hectares of land.

Is Joku in PNG and if so why is he here?

The allegations

International Indonesian fugutive Joko Chaundra Soegerto wired some Indonesian Government funds offshore from the Reserve Bank of Indonesia for Investment offshore. When the regime changes in Indonesian politics Joko Chaundra Soegerto ran away overseas and hide in Malayasia and then to other countries because the Indonesian Government wanted him to return that Investment funds back to Indonesian people.

In PNG 90 percent of logging companies are owned by the Malayasians in partnerships with PNG politicans who are corrupt and are directors of most of the logging companies, retailing and oil palm industry. Joko Chaundra Soegerto has family members in connection to some of these operations in PNG and in retailing business. Joko Chaundra Soegerto is related through blood family lines and investment in PNG through PAPINDO group of companies and Super Value Stores (SVS) group of company’s diversfying to Real Estate companies and now into rice production through the Minister for Foreign Affairs in Central province. They are now applying for oil and gas industry with mining exploration in Papua New Guinea.

Joko Chaundra Soegerto is the friend of many PNG national government ministers both in the current Oniell/Namah government as well as the faction with the Chief Somare and his son Arthur Somare in the opposition. Meaning most of the parlimentarians go to bed with the Malayasian and some Indonesian Businessman like Joko Chaundra Soegerto with his family members and associates.

All this has happened that has leaded the PNG Government Falcon Jet issue with the Indonesians military jets escorting the governmernt jet to PNG/Indonesian boarder last year. The basic truth is that when the PNG government Jet takes off the International fugutive Joko Chaundra Soegerto’s jet took off at the same time in one of the airport in Indonesia.

Some funds transferred from Malayasian Banks have been off loaded from the International fugutive Joko Chaundra private jet to PNG Government jet in Indonesia where both jets landed for the delivery of cash in suitcases.When the Kumul jets landed at the Jackson air port in PNG most of those suit cases have not been checked by the PNG Customs and Immagration officers.Therefore there are some facts associated in the movement of hard cash by Deputy Prime Minister Belden Namah with his delegation last year to Malayasia.

On Friday April 27, 2012 at 7.45am International Indonesian fugutive Joko Chaundra Soegerto’s Jet all white with green stripes with registeration number N8989N landed in Port Moresby,Jackson International Airport with 3 suitcases may be full of cash and other items.He was met by Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea Hon.Peter Oniell and his Deputy Prime Minister Belden Namah.There  was no Immagration and Customs checks and clearance  because the officers were told by the Immagration Director General not to do any thing.

As of today Tuesday May 2, 2012 the International Indonesian fugutive Joko Chaundra Soegerto’s jet is still parked near the Air Niugini cargo Terminal manned by a Blue 10 Seater Vehicle LBD 337 all tinted.From the very relaible sources International Indonesian fugutive Joko Chaundra Soegerto has been given a PNG Citizenship passport and Joko Chaundra Soegerto has transmitted US$52 Billion from Dubai to Singapore awaiting to be transmitted from Singapore to Papua New Guinea.

This matter has been reported to Australian High Commission office in Port Moresby on April 28, 2012 and nothing has been done to date.Please we need assistance to crub money laundering and corruption in PNG politics and economy.

  1. citizen
    May 9, 2012 at 10:04 am

    Why do think the Australian Government might help.

    They want, require, have to have a corrupt government so that they can puchase alligence when they need it.

  2. John
    May 13, 2012 at 5:05 am

    Papua New Guinea is OBVIOUSLY the BEST place to park funds enough to make you the THIRD RICHEST man on earth! 1) Currency controlled country: CHECK 2) Non Service Economy: CHECK 3) Jumpy Economy with a downwards facing S&P rating: CHECK 4) Banking system that would NOT ask where US$52 Billion came from despite Transparency International: CHECK

    Please, US$52 Billion??? http://www.forbes.com/billionaires/list/

    The suitcases that were “maybe full of cash and other items” seems to be a solid lead.

    Does anyone know how much PNG makes in total exports every year? US$52 Billion is 10 years of income supposedly coming in as bribery money? or is it to purchase land? The richest company in the world, Exxon Mobil, has just started a US$16 billion project that is already the largest investment in PNG.

    Quick, someone call Australia and tell them the news.

    Seriously….IRRESPONSIBLE bit of news here. Shame on you.

  3. FreePNG
    May 14, 2012 at 6:18 pm

    Why Does O’Neill need corrupt officials Like the Chief Migration Officer Rabura in top jobs? So he can sell PNG Citizenship to the highest bidder, so they can collect bribes from foreign nationals for visa’s.. This Indonesian business man was recently granted citizenship and a PNG passport by the Chief Migration Officer in breach of the constitution, how much do you think he was paid for this? Where did Mr Rabura’s nice shiny new boat come from? This Indonesian in wanted by INTERPOL, he has a red notice against him, requiring immediate arrest, but PNG officials do what their corrupt boss’s tell them to do on fear of their jobs, even the safety of their families. When does this stop? Malaysians and Indonesians, Chinese and others gain visa’s to enter the country and work on palm oil plantations, these visas do not allow them to work, but they pay the right money to right people and they can do what they want, THEY TAKE OUR JOBS!!!!! The consul in Hong Kong stamps out visas to any and every Chinese that is willing top pay a bribe. The so called ‘task force’ setup to find people like this, with a junior immigration officer running it (who’s wantok is he? the ministers?) who are milking away the budget of the immigration department, with spurious travel, misleading expense claims,,,,,,,WHEN WILL THIS STOP, WHEN WILL THE LORD HOLD THESE CORRUPT MEN ACCOUNTABLE, WHEN WILL THE LAW HOLD THESE CRIMINALS ACCOUNTABLE??!?!?!?!?!!?!?!?!?!!?

  4. Barty G
    May 27, 2012 at 10:36 pm

    I also laughed about the allegation of $52 billion in the hands of this fugitive. I think NOT!

    Please pngexposed, when such silliness is included in information sent to you, be a little more scrutinising. It makes the whole article look foolish to include such an obviously wrong statistic as if it were a fact.

  5. PNG Revolutionist
    June 15, 2012 at 2:11 pm

    I think there were other Items, now there are customs officials carrying the latest high powered firearms more powerful compared to what the PNGDF and RPNGC have.

    Try follow up on the name Ben Sine, (someone in Customs)….He might lead you somewhere. It may be irrelevant to this post but try your sources, I’ve noted you can reach far into some places…

  6. ToPam
    September 13, 2012 at 4:48 pm

    We will never get anywhere if such level of corruption is rooted in the government and private systems. O’Neil, Namah, other politicians and govt officials are all aware of this, but because they are part of this epidemic, nobody cares to correct the problem. We need an oevrhaul of the whole system.

  7. Anon
    October 11, 2012 at 6:26 pm


  8. Mal
    October 16, 2012 at 3:00 pm

    I am quite amazed with the current O’Neil regime keeping very quiet on the Indonesian fugitive. He was awarded citizenship overnight and now flying around PNG in private jet with senior ministers to invest in multi-million projects with dirty money. Our leaders do not have moral and code of ethics.

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