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Endorsement on Family Party Mangere campaign






13 August 08


Papali’itele Titiuatoa Malietoa Tanumafili II

Endorsement on Family Party Mangere campaign


The Family Party is honoured to have received the endorsement of Papali'itele Titiuatoa Malietoa for the 2008 General Election.

Papali'i Titiuatoa Malietoa resides in Mangere and is the son of the late Royal Highness Susuga Malietoa Tanumafili the second, Head of State of Samoa.  They have held the Head of State position since the nation gained independence in 1962 up to 2007, a significant total of 45 years.

Earlier this year, Family Party Mangere candidate Jerry Filipaina was bestowed the prestigious title of ‘Galumalemana’ from the Malietoa family.

“We are excited and honoured to have this prestigious endorsement on our Mangere candidate and our efforts to make a real difference for South Auckland families. I know Mr Filipaina is particularly moved to have received such a revered title and he’s most certainly doing the work to honour it,” says party leader Richard Lewis.




13 August 2008

Lagolagoina e Malietoa galuega a le Family Party o lo’o faia i Magele

Ua o’o ni lagona fiafia ma le fa’agae’etia i le Family Party, po’o le Pati mo Aiga, ona ua lagolagoina e Papali’itele Titiuatoa Malietoa Tanumafili II le latou pati fa’aupufai mo le faigapalota o le’a fai nei.    

O le aiga sa Malietoa o se aiga tupu i Samoa ma e maualuga fo’i le fa’aaloalo e fa’alagi iai ona o le taua o le latou ta’ita’iga i totonu o le atunu’u o Samoa.  O lea ta’ita’iga sa fa’apea ona fa’atino i le u’umiaina e Malietoa Tanumafili II o le tulaga o le ‘Ao o le Malo’ i Samoa mai le taimi sa tu to’atasi ai le atunu’u i le tausaga 1962 e o’o atu i le 2007, se atoaga mata’utia e 45 tausaga.  

I le amataga o le tausaga nei, sa fa’apea ona fa’ae’eina fo’i e le aiga sa Malietoa le suafa matai taua o Galumalemana i le sui o le Family Party lea e tu mo Magele o Jerry Filipaina.

“O se fiafiaga lea ia’i matou ona ua maua se lagolagosua taua mo le matou sui o lo’o tu nei mo Magele ae fa’apea fo’i naunauta’iga ma le alo faiva atu aua ni suiga lelei mo Aukilani i Saute.  Ou te talitonu ua o’o se lagona fa’agae’etia ia Jerry ona o le fa’ae’eina lea ia te ia o lenei suafa matai taua tele, ma o lo’o ia galue malosi ina ia faia sona ‘ai aua le lelei o tagata lautele”, o le saunoa mai lea a le ta’ita’i o le pati, le susuga ia Richard Lewis.   




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