Police Association President, Lowa Tambua has warned Red Sea Housing that giving ultimatums by way of threat is unhealthy.
Tambua warns that the policemen and women who have already settled up at the new barracks will not move out that easily.
“Come your 30 days, they will not move out and you will only be looking for trouble.”
He reiterated that the outstanding payment is a matter between you (Red Sea) and the government adding that Red Sea cannot just move these people out like this.
The Police Commissioner has been asking time and again to have water and power connected which but this has not been done and the families are doing the best they can to clean up and make do with whatever is still there.
“Eleven houses have already been vandalized and if the RPNGC is to wait any longer, more vandalizing is bound to take place so it’s better that the officers’ move,” Baki said.
“Their occupancy will provide the security for these houses,” NCD Commander Kalaut said during the protest at the Gordon Barracks earlier this week.
The Police Association is making a stand in alignment with the Police Commissioner to let the officers’ move in and Red Sea will have to do what it can with the government to have the outstanding monies paid out.