The three and their lawyers returned to the Waigani National Court today for submissions on their sentencing to be done however, that was further adjourned to next Monday, Sept 26.
It was further adjourned to give time to their lawyers to make submissions on the appropriate sentence based on the probation office’s pre-sentence reports.
They remain on an extended bail of K10,000 till Monday when they return before Justice Martin Ipang.
On July 26, the National Court found the three guilty to have conspired in establishing the Fly Care Foundation between January 1 and December 30, 2013, by using over more than K7m funding from the provincial government.
They conspired to misappropriate funds through a memorandum of agreement between Governor Wobiro and May for the Foundation to deliver projects in the province.
Justice Ipang, in his ruling on July 26, said there was overwhelming evidence that Wobiro paid K350,000 to New Century hotel as a cover up for informal sector projects when it was actually intended for his electoral officials who led his campaign in the 2012 General Elections.
It was also found that he paid out monies for various church projects in the province without following proper processes.
Justice Ipang further found that despite some programs completed by Fly Care Foundation Inc, no proper reports were given or made to the court.