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Former Chief Secretary to government and Milne Bay’s senior citizen Robert Igara has made a call for immediate resignation by Milne Bay Governor Sir John Luke Critten.
His call comes as Alotau comes under siege when criminals ran riot looting shops in Alotau and burning down homes of police officers.
Igara said the call for Luke-Critten’s resignation is because of his incapacity and failure in providing leadership to the province by not addressing the continuous law and order crisis incidents since 2017.
“This will allow the Provincial Assembly to elect a new “Governor” to urgently provide the leadership,” he said.
Igara has called on all open MP’s and presidents to urge the Governor to consciously resign.
Commentators say what is happening in renowned and prime tourism town of Alotau is like an operation of drug cartels in South America and the incidents also expose a lax in obtaining security intelligence information to protect the country.
Police have been looking for the infamous criminal Tommy Baker and his gang in Alotau since 2019 after a string of crimes committed and an attack against police.