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Papua New Guinea Governor General Sir Bob Dadae has sworn in four new Ministers in the Marape/Steven Government at the Government House today.
They include National Alliance Party Leader Patrick Pruaitch, United Resources Party Leader William Duma, Gazelle MP Jelta Wong and South Bougainville MP Timothy Masiu.
Pruaitch is now the new Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister, Masiu is now the new Communication Minister, r Duma goes to Commerce and Industry, and Wong gets the Health Ministry.
Wera Mori move to Environment and Conservation, Renbo Paita is the new Finance Minister, Wesley Nukunz is the Minister of Immigration and Boarder Security and Soroi Eoe is the new Minister for Public Service.
Marape says, the decision to change the Ministers is hard but needs to be done for the government country to move forward.
SOURCE: NBC NEWS PNG/PACNEWS
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