Police questioned Papua Governor Lukas Enembe on Monday (04/09) as a witness in an investigation into a graft case related to a scholarship program for Papuan students, a police official said.
It was the first time Lukas met police summons in the investigation, which commenced in mid-August, after failing twice to so.
“The Papua governor is here, and is currently meeting with the investigators,” deputy director of the National Police’s Corruption Investigation Unit, Chief Comr. Erwanto Kurniadi, told reporters.
Police have questioned 15 witnesses in the graft case but have yet to name suspects. The case is related to misuse of scholarship funds for Papuan students in 2016.