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Law and order is everyone’s responsibility says Port Moresby businessman Zovin Yan

LAW AND order is everyone’s responsibility and not just police says Zovin Yan, the Operations Manager for Choulai Trading and associated companies.
Mr Yan made this comment when he presented keys to a brand new Isuzu D-Max to Police Commissioner Gari Baki, in appreciation for quick police action which resulted in the quick recovery of 76 of its 150 cartons of cigarettes which were robbed from the company whilst in transit.
Mr Yan said, “We are grateful for the quick police and effective police action. We initially offered a K100,000 reward for information leading to the recovery of the stolen cigarettes but it was the tireless efforts of the police that resulted in the recovery of the 76 cartons.
“However, the police personnel involved in the investigation and recovery exercise refused the K100,000 cash reward we offered so we gave police a vehicle instead. This will assist police in their mobility and benefit the larger community,” Mr Yan said.
Mr Yan, 23, is from the People’s Republic of China but has lived in PNG all his life and understands the difficulties faced by police in the city.
“I grew up in the Gordons suburb of Police Moresby since I was nine years old and I know the difficulties faced by policemen in terms of lack of resources such as vehicles or office stationary, to name a few.
“Choulai Trading and its associated companies felt obligated to assist the police with the vehicle which will be used for wider policing duties. We are in no way demanding any special consideration. The vehicle we have donated will be used by police to benefit everyone. It is in our interest to see that there is law and order within our communities. People and businesses will prosper as long as there is law and order and an effective police force,” Mr Yan said, adding that he was making an appeal to the various business communities to make it their business to support police within their various communities.
Mr Yan said the business communities together with the people and police can make a big difference if they all came together and worked as one.
(Photograph and caption below:)
Left: The brand new Isuzu D-Max donated by Choulai Trading Company which Police Commissioner Gari Baki allocated to the Gordons Minor Crimes Unit.
Right: Zovin Yan, pictured second left presenting a K20,000 cheque to Parish Priest of St. Mary’s Cathedral Father Rodrigo Campilan (right center) and church members last year for their Christmas festivities.

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