After shooting and instantly killing a young man in Port Moresby late last month, the Police in NCD have not made any attempt to even come to the grieving family and apologies for their inhumane actions.
Brother of the deceased Mr Nathan Rema told this news room that the police have not even given them any updates on the progress of their investigations into the shooting of his brother late Nelson Nene Rema and this is really frustrating to the family.
"We the Family of the deceased are in total darkness, we are not even updated by the CID on the investigations and it is like a cover-up that the police are trying to do," said Nathan.
He also said that the recent statements of the Police Commissioner in the media is not factual as his comments were biased.
"Clearly when you read the Post Couriers report last week Friday when Police Commissioner gave his report regarding my brothers shooting, it was clearly biased and it seems he is trying to protect his police officers who are actually criminals and not even fit to be in the RPNGC," said a very disappointed Nathan.
Furthermore, in support of Police brutality victims throughout the country as well as those that have lost their loved ones to the barrel of the police guns, Minister for State Enterprise says the PNG Police needs more better training at their colleges.
Micah in an interview with LegendFM News said that the Police are supposed to be protecting the citizens and if this is not the case, something is terribly wrong somewhere.
"The Police force need to live up to expectations if the government is putting more money into catering for their reform programs we want to see positive outcomes from the officers and not such illicit and inhumane behaviors that we see, read and hear all the time in the media," said Mr Micah.