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Port Moresby
June 29, 2022

Complete Buai Ban Imposed

Two buai markets built outside Port Moresby will now provide a market place for both buai sellers and buyers.

NCD Governor, Powes Parkop is serious about the total buai ban in Port Moresby and will stop at nothing to accomplish the aim.


Road checks started today at Laloki, preventing buai access into the city.


The total buai ban in the city was in effect as police did road checks at Laloki, just outside Port Moresby to stop buai access into the city.


Vehicles were not allowed to bring buai bags into the city. All bags were confiscated by police at the road checks.


NCD Governor, Powes Parkop, said the road check operation will go on for an indefinite period of time until the people’s mindsets are changed.


The two buai markets are not fully completed but will be used starting tomorrow onwards. The wholesale market is at Ruburogo village and the retail is at Laloki.


The Governor has given seven days to buai sellers in the city to sell their remaining supplies, and after this, no sales of buai should be done. This includes the Lareva market, which is the largest buai market in the city.


This, as the Governor said, is for a good cause and everybody should cooperate. All buai deals should be conducted at the two buai markets from now on.


Police will have different shifts to take over for road checks for the highways. And there will also be some patrolling within the city.


Guard houses are still under construction in Laloki for those who will keep watch on the highways.

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