Unity

President Aingimea wants unity for Nauru

Mr Aingimea won the vote for presidency 12 votes to six against former finance minister David Adeang.

President Aingimea acknowledged the tough work ahead, and as the “father of the nation” likened the 12,000 population of Nauru as being children that need protecting and guiding.

“My vision for Nauru is for us to work together, all members of parliament, because everybody has a contribution, everyone. Everyone has ideas, everyone needs those ideas to be voiced and when they need to be tempered, to be tempered.

Church thanks Games organizers

 And it says the important thing about the 15th Pacific Games is bringing that spirit of unity among the Pacific Island countries including Australia and New Zealand.

This is the first Pacific Games where Australia and New Zealand are taking part in selected codes.

Archbishop John Ribat of the Catholic Bishops Conference of Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands in Port Moresby thanked the organizers for bringing a sense of unity through the Games.

He said the state of the facilities being used is also a uniting and encouraging force.

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