There is growing frustration amongthe general public overthe lack of action taken bythe government in addressing corruption.
Social media forums have been inundated with calls from concerned citizens for the Prime Minister Peter Ou2019Neill to attend a public forum on Wednesday atthe Unagi Oval in Port Moresby to clarifythe Paraka saga among thers. Social Media ForuPNG News will leadthe public forum.
Concerned Papua New Guineas are taking a standing using social media to mobilize support for a peaceful protest march on Wednesday.
The protest march is a result of growing frustration over rampant corruption.
The K71m Paraka Saga,the Ok Tedi anPNGSDP are some ofthe issuesthey wantthe Prime Minister, Peter Ou2019Neill, to clarify.
ActivistoNoel Anjo, on behalf ofthe administrators oPNG Social Media forum appealed tothe public to attendthe forum to expresstheir views.
Opposition leader, Belden Namah, who has been vocal in highlightingthese corrupt issues will attendthe forum to addressthe public.
Mr. Anjo saidthe police hierarchy are aware ofthe protest march.
Earlier,the Prime Minister has directed investigation intothese issues.
He has returned from China for Parliament at 2pm tomorrow for the budget seating.