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June 28, 2022
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Namah To Be Arrested

The Opposition Leader Belden Namah wrote a letter to the Police Commissioner Tom Kulunga yesterday claiming that Mr. Kulunga was perverting justice by his recent actions in relation to the controversial PM arrest warrants saga.

The Opposition Leader Belden Namah wrote a letter to the Police Commissioner Tom Kulunga yesterday claiming that Mr. Kulunga was perverting justice by his recent actions in relation to the controversial PM arrest warrants saga.

 

These actions include the issuing of a directive on the 10th of January restricting any police investigations into the Paraka Case, suspending 4 police officers attached with the National Fraud and Anti-Corruption Directorate on that same day, and claimed that soon after these actions, Task Force Sweep team announced the exoneration of Prime Minister O’Neill of any criminal fault in relation to his letter of directive to the Finance department to pay Paul Paraka lawyers.

 

Namah further requested Mr. Kulunga to reinstate those four officers within 24 hours of the delivery of his letter, and that those officers to be given exclusive use of all assets of the Police Force and the department, to assist them implement their duties.

 

He then warned that failure by Kulunga to comply with his request would result in him taking unprecedented measures to have Mr Kulunga arrested and charged under Section 128 of the Criminal Code.

 

Interestingly, Mr Namah had quoted this section in the letter that was addressed to the Police Commissioner.

 

Upon close examination of the letter, Mr Kulunga acted swiftly by issuing orders to arrest the Opposition Leader for threatening.

 

Commissioner Kulunga said police were fed up with what he described as “Mr Namah’s tantrums”. He said Mr Namah should respect the rule of law and the systems and processes in place. The matter will be heard in court on Monday.

 

The Police Commissioner said he will not allow the actions of Mr Namah to threaten peace and stability in the country and issued the orders today to have Mr Namah arrested.

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