Police in the National Capital District said there will not be any protest march tomorrow (Thursday 30.03.23).
Port Moresby Police Metropolitan Superintendent Silva Sika said no one has advised nor sought clearance from police on any protest that's being widely speculated and circulated on social media.
He made known this stand as messages are being circulated of a planned protest.
Mr. Sika told NBC Radio this afternoon that police personnel will be out in full force tomorrow, especially in hotspots, to ensure its business as normal for everyone, including students.
"There hasn't been any formal letter written to us (police) requesting for a protest march. That means we are not aware of that and any protest march will not eventuate."
"If it does eventuate, it will be illegal. And those individual's will be dealt with by the law."
"We are ready and prepared to deal with any issue that is likely to take place in the city."
"Whoever that is trying to facilitate for whatever the reason or motive must abstain," said Mr. Sika.
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