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200 police officers in Wewak will set up roadblocks and patrol the town to make sure everything goes smoothly for the next three days before Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare’s funeral.

200 police officers in Wewak will set up roadblocks and patrol the town to make sure everything goes smoothly for the next three days before Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare’s funeral.

Acting Deputy Police Commissioner Donald Yamasombi announced Post- Courier announced that on Wednesday of this week a 12-person traffic team from NCD and MS 13 from Lae were flown to Wewak for reasons of crowd control and public safety.

« We also have a private security service – Guard Dog, who kindly has offered to support the police operations for the next three days with 40, 20 radios and three vehicles free of charge. « 

 » The police will also be three roadblocks at the Moem-Brandi intersection, at the Kreer Heights and Koiken intersection and at at the VC Hall intersection in Kaindi.

« The roadblocks are being put in place just to control the traffic and ensure that there is no traffic there is an overload when the motorcade brings Sir Michael’s body into the stadium, « he said.

Yamasombi said the body of Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare will arrive this afternoon. The corpse will then be taken to the stadium by the motorcade.

« I appeal to everyone, please gather at the stadium and have Sir Michael’s body brought into the stadium in a smooth procession. »

« The body will Also detained at the stadium overnight on Monday so they have the time to see him, be with him and pay their final respects, « he said.

Mr. Yamasombi said a motorcade will also be escorting Lady Veronica not feeling well in the Somare residence after the motorcade entered the stadium this afternoon.

His obituary first appeared on the Devpolicy Blog (devpolicy.org) of the Australian National University’s Development Policy Center.

Dr. Ronald J. May is a Fellow Emeritus at the Australian National University. He has had an outstanding career, including as Senior Economist at the Reserve Bank of Australia, as Field Director of the ANU New Guinea Research Unit and as founding director of what is now the National Research Institute (NRI) in Papua New Guinea.

Since the death of the late Grand Director Sir Michael Somare, everyone in East Sepik Province has mourned a great man whom they supported for 49 years.

12-year-old Serah Louha, a 6th grade student at Kilakila Primary School, said she had come to Sir Hubert Murray Stadium with her school today to pay her final respects and thank Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare.

His obituary first appeared on the Devpolicy Blog (devpolicy.org) of the Australian National University’s Development Policy Center.

Dr. Ronald J. May is a Fellow Emeritus at the Australian National University. He has had an outstanding career, including as Senior Economist at the Reserve Bank of Australia, as Field Director of the ANU New Guinea Research Unit and as founding director of what is now the National Research Institute (NRI) in Papua New Guinea.

Since the death of the late Grand Director Sir Michael Somare, everyone in East Sepik Province has mourned a great man whom they supported for 49 years.

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