Namah fights for suspended cops

Opposition leader, Belden Namah
Opposition leader, Belden Namah, is taking Police Commissioner Tom Kulunga, Deputy PC Simon Kauba and Prime Minister Peter O’Neil to court over the suspension of four police officers who were involved in the Warrant of Arrests for the PM and his ministers.

Mr Namah filed court documents yesterday to stop the suspensions through his lawyer Alois Jerewai.

The Police were represented by their director of legal services Nicholas Miviri while Tiffany Twivey appeared for O’Neil.

PC Kulunga had announced the suspension of the four officers involved in obtaining a Warrant of Arrest for the PM, Finance Minister and Treasurer last week. However, the warrants were rule defective by Magistrate Lawrence Kangwia as the legislation used to obtained them was repealed back in 2000.


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