After months of countless court battles, Chuave Member and Vice Minister for Mining Wera Mori, is now set to serve and deliver services to his people.
This comes after the National Court in Port Moresby dismissed Mr. Mori’s case today concerning alleged corruption over the Chimbu corridor road maintenance and construction.
Mr. Mori held a press conference this afternoon to announce the decision by the courts.
Mr. Mori has been in and out of the courts since 2012.
He was accused by rival candidates of being paid millions without proper tendering and contract for the Chimbu Corridor Road Project.
However, before taking on the road project, he established an investigation into the K50 million being paid to former contractors, and found K21 million was paid out as fraud.
After compiling the report, he was harassed, arrested by police, and even received death threats by opposed parties.
Mr. Mori said, the court has spoken, and the decision handed down today is justified with evidence.
He is now set to serve his term as Chuave Member and improve the lives of his people and Province.
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