A road block has been set up at and vehicles coming in from Gurney airport and also from the town area have been blocked from travelling.
Waima village Chief Arthur Perua in an interview told Loop PNG that the government had not met their compensation demand of K20 million for his deceased sister.
The deceased, Claire Perua was killed instantly by a police vehicle on July 30, 2015.
"We have been waiting for the government to pay go the compensation demand for the past three years now.
"We will not allow vehicles to travel unless the government meet our demand."
Perua said for now, they are demanding K3 million from the government for the clearance of the road block.
So far the government only paid K20,000 in 2015.
Meanwhile the PNC MPs are currently in camp in Alotau and those MPs flying in today will be affected.
Prime Minister Peter O'Neill will also be flying into Alotau today.