Police want respect for foreigners

The National, Tuesday July 12th, 2016

PAPUA New Guineans must respect foreigners who come into the country for business and investment, a senior police officer says.
Morobe police commander Supt Augustine Wampe made the call after a Chinese businessman was robbed at Mutzing Station in Markham along the Highlands Highway.
A group of men, armed with bush knives, entered the businessman’s shop at around 3am yesterday and held him up before escaping with K30,000 in cash and other valuable items.
“We (Papua New Guineans) must respect foreigners who come and do business in our country,” Wampe said.
“Some of them (expatriate business people) invest a lot of money and resources in our country.”