Infrastructure minister vows for truth and justice
Samoa’s new Minister of Works, Transport and Infrastructure Papali’i Niko Lee Hang, has vowed to continue the fight for justice when it comes to corrupt practices within the public service. Papali’i, who became the voice against corruption in the government during the last Parliamentary term, assures that his new role will not change anything.
“I will still say what I have to say,” he tells the Sunday Samoan.
“If I have to stand up for the sake of justice, I will keep doing that. Being a Cabinet Minister will not stop me from doing the right thing for the good of our people and the betterment of our nation. “If I see something that will compromise my job as a Minister, I will have to do the right thing.” Samoa Observer The letter makes it clear that Air New Zealand would only consider resuming services once a permanent solution for the runway at Bauerfield airfield has been fully funded, designed to a satisfactory standard and contracted to a competent contractor, the airline said in a statement sent to Daily Post. The announcement by Air NZ comes as the first stage works of Bauerfield repair are complete. Vanuatu Daily Post