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FORKORUS YABOISEMBUT WILL BE RELEASED SOON

Forkorus Yoboisembut (Jubi)

Forkorus Yoboisembut (Jubi)

Forkorus Yoboisembut (Jubi)

Forkorus Yoboisembut (Jubi)

Jayapura, 15/7 (Jubi) – Police Chief of Federal Republic of West Papua (NFRPB) asked all components of Papuan community to respect the great Papuan leader, Forkorus Yoboisembut and colleagues who would be released from the Abepura Prison on next Monday (21/7).

“I asked to both supporters and Non-Papuan community to participate in securing the situation on the day of liberation of the great Papuan leader,” the Police Chief Elias Ayakiding said in the press conference held in the Papuan Customary Secretariat Office in Waena Jayapura on Tuesday (15/7).

As requested by the President of NFRPB, he further asked people for not carrying weapons or Morning Star flag, but allowed to wear the traditional costume, playing the traditional music instrument ‘suling tambur’ or dancing the traditional dances.
“Seven leaders of seven customary areas would also welcome and accompany the President Yoboisembut to his resident in Sabron, Sentani Timur,” said Ayakiding. He also asked the Indonesian Police/Miltary to respect and help the NFRPB Police that it would be run smoothly as expected by all parties. (Jubi/Aprila/rom)

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