PM GETS HANDS DIRTY BY REMOVING POLICE UNIT WHO WANTED TO STOP ELECTION FRAUD
PETER O'NEILL personally intervened in the Election process yesterday in PANGIA after he called Police Commissioner GARY BAKI to personally remove a Mobile Police unit from Wabag. MS11 Unit from Wabag were stationed in Southern Highlands and in the Prime Minister's electorate of Ialibu Pangia for the election and were tasked in looking after ballot boxes for Pangia.
Members of Wabag's MS 11 had a confrontation with one of the Prime Minister's personal bodyguards after one of the polling officials for one of the LLGs in Pangia collaborated with the Prime Minister's bodyguards to remove scrutineers who were not supporting the Prime Minister.
The voters and scrutineers went on to report the matter to MS Unit, when the MS 11 unit intervened the polling officials threatened one of the Policeman from the Engan unit by saying that they were not required because this was the PM's seat and their job was required elsewhere. Frustrated with the with the Prime Minister's relatives taking over the Electoral process The MS 11 unit than confronted the PMs Bodyguard who was seen taking control over the whole situation ensuring there was no objection to any illegal process under his nose.
Peter O'Neill's bodyguard could not stand being bossed around and made a call to the PM who then vented his frustration at the Police Commissioner demanding that this Police Unit be removed from Pangia and be placed elsewhere because they were seen as a torn on his plans to rig the election on his own favor. To the MS 11 Unit from Wabag, Enga Well Done in doing your job without fear or favour, to Police Commissioner GARY BAKI you are a disgrace to all who wear that uniform.