Report – By Pacific Media Watch
The National Broadcasting Corporation of Papua New Guinea has been forced to hire a private security company to protect staff after three female staff members were kidnapped and two raped, according to ABC News.
The three staff, a journalist, a programme producer and a cleaner, were kidnapped from the broadcaster’s staff bus by armed men on Monday night and assaulted for two hours.
NBC managing director Memafu Kapera was reported as saying there had been a security guard on the bus. But from now on the broadcaster would hire private security guards to escort staff home after their shifts. Read more »