Chuave Open MP Wera Mori told parliament that police have threatened to assassinate him.
The member gave an account ofthe threat during question time on Wednesday.
The Chuave MP toldthe house he has been a victim of malicious attacks by certain members ofthe Beroko police.
He namedthe police involved but was encouraged not to continue naming any more involved including political rivals.
Referring to what he termed as a purported document bythe National Fraud and Anti-corruption office, he labelled it baseless and misconstrued set out to suit a political agenda.
He askedthe Prime Minister if he had obtained a copy ofthe report which was funded bythe former Chuave MP.
He also alleged thatthe police involved were directors of certain companies in Chuave.
Mr O’Neill said he was not aware ofthe reportobut he would takethe matter up withthe police commissioner.
He said police officers are not supposed to act like project officers; a full investigation must be undertaken.
Meanwhile, Western Province Governor Ati Wobiro also gave an account of his provincial administrator being threatened by police.
The damning reports come afterthe police launched its modernisation plan in April this year.