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Morobe police too scared to act against O’Neill associate

A senior member of the Prime Minister’s Peoples National Congress party branch in Morobe  is yet to be arrested by police after he caused the death of a one teenager and seriously injured another.

Garrette Kissing a close associate of Prime Minister, Peter O’Neill and a relative of Community Development Minister, Loujaya Kousa was driving while under the influence.

Police have been too scared  to arrest Kissing for fear of possible reprisals. One traffic officer is reported to have said Garrette Kissing can’t be arrested because em “bikman tumas.”

Kissing is also reported to have called local media to prevent reports from being published.

He owns Red Rock a construction company that recently received a small road building contract from the government.

  1. Johnny Mek
    January 4, 2014 at 7:28 am

    These policemen should be asked to resign or should be dismissed from the force. They don’t seem to see or understand that it is their constitutional duty to investigate, arrest and lay charges against mr kissing. It dosent matter who he is.

  2. Justine Reini
    February 1, 2014 at 9:45 am

    Why is policeman afraid to arrest that bigman straigth after the accident? what kind of law they will persue and bring this bigman to justice? We have been mistreated with this kind of law enforcers; who will we turn to for support and freedom? Please police there is only one constitution bring us to independence and is still now effective no matter what background you come from; we are under one law. Please I sympathazed with the family and let justice prevail if blue and white can not enforce the law then let the street boys enforce the law.

  1. January 4, 2014 at 6:02 pm

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