THE axing to death of a university student in
“I do not think we should allow such heinous and barbaric behaviour to continue in our communities.
“Those responsible for this crime must realise that our laws will ensure that they can expect nothing less.
“Taking a person’s life away in a premeditated fashion is inhuman. It is uncivilised,” Polye said.
Mining Minister and Kompiam-Ambum MP John Pundari also condemned the cold blooded killing in
“This is a complete disgrace, a slap in the face and has tarnished the good name of the rest of the law abiding citizens of our capital city,” he said.
Pundari wanted those responsible for the murder to immediately surrender to police and urged police to speed up investigations.
The late Kalupai, from Enga, was allegedly hacked to pieces by rival clansmen from Wapele village, Laiagam, after being dragged out of a PMV bus in Morata,
Police Commissioner Gary Baki was also disgusted with the killing and vowed that his men would “wipe” the killers from the rest of society.
“This payback and tribal war killings is totally uncalled for. It is animalistic and uncivilised.
“I call on the so-called
Moresby Northeast MP Andrew Mald called on the Department of Justice and Attorney-General to immediately enforce the law which has been passed by parliament.
He said the country was losing many intellectuals and businessmen who could make a big difference in the overall development of this nation.
Mald said the judiciary must now act if we want to put a stop to horrific and senseless killing as if they were doing it their little village back home.
“How can we put a stop to such barbaric actions of some inhuman bunch of group of people?”
Mald claimed that if the death penalty was not implemented, then the country should expect more innocent people would be killed and that perpetrators would think that they could get away from the law.