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Solomon Is. Govt Regains Other Defected Ministers

Government Regains Other Defected Ministers

The government has regained three more of its ministers who switched to the Opposition bench last weekend.

They are the MP for West Kwara'ae, Mr Sam Idurii, the MP for East Kwaio, Festus Sofu and the MP for Malaita Outer Islands, Patrick Vahoe.

Mr Idurii was the Minister for National Unity, Reconciliation and Peace whilst Mr Sofu and Mr Vahoe were the Ministers for Infrastructure Development and Communication, Aviation and Meteorology respectively.

Chairman of Government Caucus, Nelson Ne'e said the three Ministers rejoined the government today.

Mr Ne'e said the three would likely take up Ministerial portfolios again in a new ministerial lineup of the Grand Coalition for Change Government.

The Chairman of Government Caucus meanwhile welcomed the members of the Opposition to join the Grand Coalition for Change Government.


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