Nablu takes on late father’s role

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The National,Wednesday June 29th, 2016

THE Morobe government has sworn in Able Nablu as the community representative in tutumang (assembly), replacing his father the late Amos Wallace who died last year.
Provincial human resource programme adviser and Commissioner for Oath Miring Singoling conferred Nablu during the assembly yesterday.
Governor Kelly Naru assured members that Nablu had an outstanding personality in the community and was a young leader with social standing.
He said Nablu’s experience and participation in various community activities had given him understanding to address community issues at the assembly.
Naru also welcomed incumbent Buang president Dick Malong and Wau-Bulolo urban mayor Soga Gaumena from Bulolo. They were sworn in  during the budget session this year.
Nablu thanked the provincial executive council for having the confidence and trust in his ability to represent communities in the 33 local level governments of the nine districts in the province.
Malong was earlier appointed the provincial sports minister, a position that was also held by the late Wallace.
Malong urged the tutumang members to address issues together in the best interest of Morobe.