Former SI PM, Sir Allan Kemakeza, charged for robbery
Police visited Sir Allan at his Honiara home yesterday morning and he voluntarily accompanied them to Rove Police Headquarters where he was interviewed.
Police Media Office says Solomon Islands Police interviewed Sir Allan in relation to allegations that he ordered some men to go to Sol Law and take two vehicles. Police will allege that during the process, a Sol Law partner was assaulted and threatened.
The vehicles were allegedly started by force and taken away by the men. The offences allegedly took place in May 2002.
Following the interview, Sir Allan was taken to Honiara Magistrates Court where he was charged with Robbery, demanding money with menaces, intimidation and larceny.
He was granted conditional bail to appear again in court on 23 November 2006.