National Capital District Commission resumed clamping down on razor wires and colour bond fencing in the city this week.
The exercise was executed in preparation for the APEC summit and it saw many premises complied with NCDC's fencing policy.
It was shelved when the public accounts went for a recession.
When the fence removal exercise resumed, the first premise which complied with it was the Prime Minister Peter O'Neill's house at the Touguba Hill.
City Manager Bernard Kipit commended the CEO of the country,a resident of Port Moresby, who is leading by example to have his razor wire removed.
Mr Kipit called on residents to stop complaining about it or quickly running to the court to stop it.
He said all residents to abide by laws and regulations in place for the betterment of the city.
According to Mr Kipit, he wants diplomatic missions, shop owners and other property owners who have razor wire and colour bond fencing around their perimeter to adopt alternative security solutions.
He also urged them to seek approval from NCDC Physical Planning and Building Boards if they have designs of their fencing structures which NCDC considers them as legal and proper.