The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) wishes to thank the general public especially in Honiara for their good behavior during its operation for the High Court hearing of the case between Hon. Matthew Wale and Hon. Manasseh Sogavare on Friday.
RSIPF Assistant Commissioner for National Capital and Crime Prevention, Simpson Pogeava says, “I would like to thank the general public especially in Honiara for their good behavior with no disturbance during our operation for the High Court hearing of the case."
“I am pleased with the outcome which clearly shows that the general public in Honiara do not want to repeat what happened on 24 April 2019 during which some people caused disturbance following the election of the Prime Minister," says AC Pogeava.
He adds: "I am confident that as the High Court continues to hear case our good people in Honiara will go about their business and allow the matter to be dealt and accept the outcome of the hearing.”
RSIPF urges members of the public to pass on any information about anyone planning to disturb the peace and rule of law in our country. You can contact your nearest police station or call the Police National Centre on phone 23666 or the toll free 999.
Source: RSIPF Media