Yama said investigations into the public administration had commenced and those implicated will be held accountable for their wrong dealings.
He issued the warning after sidelining Provincial Administrator Daniel Aloi over allegations of misappropriation and misconduct of office.
He added that public servants have nothing to be afraid of and urged them to do their job diligently.
“But if any public servants found who have deliberately worked and encouraged corruption through their dealings in Madang, your days are numbered,” Yama warned.
He further reiterated that there are other public servants who have worked tirelessly to earn a living and there is no place for lazy and corrupt officers in Madang.