THE white 5-door Toyota LandCruiser (registration BDV653) and the unmarked blue 10-seater camped camping in front of the gate of my home on Friday evening from 7:30pm.
At 11pm, other policemen went there to check out my place, only to find their own colleagues waiting for me to come home.
I was at my office all day, so why did not they go there or ask me to come to the police station.
I am not a common criminal on the run and for what offence are they pursuing me?
I am not guarding myself with 100 plus police personnel.
I am minded to turn up at Boroko Police station and ask them to charge me for whatever they wish according to theses they set.
This is madness and I refuse to be intimidated.
God help these policemen.
Sam Koim is head of the anti-corruption unit Task Force Sweep. The PNG national court has stayed prime minister Peter O’Neill’s attempt to dismiss him and disband his investigative force