Associate Minister bestowed Fuimaono title at Salani Falealili

By Yumi Epati Tala’ave ,

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The Associate Minister of Revenue and Member of Parliament for Vaimauga Sisifo, Lenatai Victor Tamapua, is pictured with his wife, daughter  and family members after he was bestowed the Fuimaono title at Salani Falealili on Friday.

The Associate Minister of Revenue and Member of Parliament for Vaimauga Sisifo, Lenatai Victor Tamapua, is pictured with his wife, daughter and family members after he was bestowed the Fuimaono title at Salani Falealili on Friday.

NEW TITLE: The Associate Minister of Revenue and Member of Parliament for Vaimauga Sisifo, Lenatai Victor Tamapua, is pictured with his wife, daughter  and family members after he was bestowed the Fuimaono title at Salani Falealili on Friday. The Associate Minister was among family members chosen as holders of two titles, Fuimaono and Maiava.

“I am greatly honored to have been bestowed the Fuimaono title,” Fuimaono Victor told the Sunday Samoan. 

The Associate Minister of Revenue and Member of Parliament for Vaimauga Sisifo, Lenatai Victor Tamapua, is pictured with his wife, daughter  and family members after he was bestowed the Fuimaono title at Salani Falealili on Friday.
The Associate Minister of Revenue and Member of Parliament for Vaimauga Sisifo, Lenatai Victor Tamapua, is pictured with his wife, daughter and family members after he was bestowed the Fuimaono title at Salani Falealili on Friday.
The Associate Minister of Revenue and Member of Parliament for Vaimauga Sisifo, Lenatai Victor Tamapua, is pictured with his wife, daughter  and family members after he was bestowed the Fuimaono title at Salani Falealili on Friday.
The Associate Minister of Revenue and Member of Parliament for Vaimauga Sisifo, Lenatai Victor Tamapua, is pictured with his wife, daughter and family members after he was bestowed the Fuimaono title at Salani Falealili on Friday.

“I sincerely thank my wife and her family for the trust they have in me to undertake this prestigious title. More importantly, I thank the Good Lord, and I pray that He be my guide so that I can serve the family to my capability unconditionally.”

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