GULF PSC ADAMANT TO MAINTAIN LAW AND ORDER


April 24, 2022 - 528 views

Kerema Police Station Commander Michael Pakyei has urged intending candidates and sitting MPs to refrain from conducting early campaigning because those found to do so will be arrested and charged under electoral laws. 

According to Pakyei, early campaigning often caused problems among supporters and led to greater conflicts and police did not want that to happen. 

Pakyei says while the problem of alcohol and drug abuse were the cause of social disorder in the province, police wanted to steer the province back onto a more positive path. 

Pakyei, who took on the role two years ago, has since focused on reducing crime to make the Gulf a quiet and trouble-free province. 

He has so far targeted the illegal trade of marijuana and homebrew, which included conducting raids and arresting suspects. 

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