By WINTERFORD TOREAS
BOUGAINVILLE’S acting Assistant Commissioner for police Paul Kamuai is appealing to money scam operator Noah Musingku to come out of his hiding place and comply with the decisions reached by the Autonomous Bougainville Government. Superintendent Kamuai said if Mr Musingku believes that he has some good plans concerning the development of Bougainville, then he should come out and discuss them with the ABG.
“If Noah Musingku has some good plans available that can be good for Bougainville, by all means he must come work with ABG,” Mr Kamuai said. “If he knows that what he’s doing is not right, then it’s good for Bougainville that he must also come out and with the police and government, we find ways to address problems that he is causing there.”
Mr Kamuai said the refusal by the money scam operator to work with the ABG was very embarrassing to all Bougainvilleans. He said the current illegal activities conducted by Mr Musingku and his followers at their base in Tonu, Siwai District of South Bougainville will create setbacks in Bougainville’s journey towards its political future.