THERE were high expectations since Prime Minister James Marape took office 17 months ago for some high profile politicians to be arrested for their part in alleged official corruption.
The hype has slowed down because of reasons I do not know of.
Former prime minister Peter O’Neill was the only one that became a poster boy for corruption.
What about other politicians who had corruption complaints against them?
Maybe it’s due to lack of resources to gather credible evidence to warrant the investigators to further their investigations.
Some officials who were arrested and charged for official corruption had their cases cleared and contracts of employment extended.
That tells a different story of where this country is heading.