Activist Noel Anjo denied protesting by Police

Activist Noel Anjo has gone to seek the courts intervention on his denial in staging another peaceful march.

Mr Anjo filed the application at the Waigani Court Registry late last week. He said the march was planned because Prime Minister Peter O&rsquO’Neill failed to respond to the petition that was delivered to him through Police Minister Robert Atiyafa. 

Anjo said going to the courts was an option he didn’t want to take but police have turned down his request of organizing another peaceful march to seek explanation from the Prime Minister.

Activist Anjo said he wrote formally to Police Commissioner Geoffrey Vaki and NCD Metropolitan Superintendent Perou N’dranou but was warned not to carry out the protest.

However Mr N’dranou replied stating Mr Anjo’s views does not represent associating NGO’s or similar minded groups. N’dranou stated that police will maintain peace and’Order in the city.

Mr Anjo’s application will be heard at the courts on Wednesday 16th June.

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