New Ministers sworn-in
Three new Government Ministers have taken their Oath of Office at the Government House today.
This followed the latest terminations made by Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare in light of the recent diplomatic switch from Taipei to Beijing.
Sworn-in this morning was Moffat Fugui being the new Minister of Education and Human Resources Development, replacing former Minister John Dean Kuku, one of the three being relieved of their ministerial duties this week.
Former Minister of Provincial Government and Institutional Strengthening, Hon. Anthony Veke is now the new Minister of Police, National Security and Correctional Services, replacing former Minister, Hon. Mrs. Lannelle Tanangada who resigned from the post.
Meanwhile, Hon. Nesto Ghiro took his Oath of Office as the new Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources, replacing West Are’Are MP, Hon. John Maneniaru who also received marching orders this week.
Government House confirms, Hon. Commins Aston Mewa will be sworn-in tomorrow as the new Minister of Provincial Government and Institutional Strengthening, replacing Hon. Veke who is being reshuffled to Police, National Security and Correctional Services.