Around midday yesterday (12/05/17) I started to receive messages from sources to warn me that there were plans to have me arrested at Jackson’s Domestic Airport.
Normally I ignore such rumors but it was under the same circumstances I was arrested back in November 2014 by 14 members of Police Force following my article about the Ombudsman Commission’s decision to refer Peter O’Neill to Leadership Tribunal over K3 Billion UBS loan.
The charges against me were conspiracy to commit murder, of course they were falsified and ultimately failed.
Now I understand following my recent articles involving the Prime Minister including exposing high-level corruption there are some people in high places who are feeling extremely uneasy.
I responded to the messages it would be unlikely I would be arrested today on account I was in Madang attending International Nurses Day at Modilon General Hospital.
I received an invite to speak at the event in recognition of my work in the community including transporting sick women and children to hospital from remote parts of the province.
On the assumption the rumors are true I would like to advise those behind it that please feel free to travel to Madang to effect my arrest.
You will find me driving on my own without an armed police or security escort. I spend most of time in rural villages among real people struggling to get by on account our Prime Minister Peter O’Neill has stolen or mismanaged funds that were suppose to provide them with a better life.
Unlike Peter O’Neill I won’t be avoiding arrest by running off and hiding in Parliament, or the in case of his accomplice Paul Paraka who was arrested back 2013 in a dawn raid at Gavuone village. Police believed he was hiding out after failing to obtain a stay order in court to prevent his arrest.
It will certainly be interesting to see what charges they come up with this time. ; )