Bernard Narokobi
Bernard Mullu Narokobi (1943 – March 2010) was a Papua New Guinean politician, jurist, and philosopher. He was serving as the Papua New Guinean High Commissioner to New Zealand prior to his deat...
Benjamin Mul
Benjamin Ngents Mul is a Papua New Guinea politician. He has been a Papua New Guinea Party member of the National Parliament of Papua New Guinea since July 2007, representing the electorate of North W...
John Momis
John Momis is a politician and elected President of the Autonomous Region of Bougainville of Papua New Guinea. Momis was sworn in as President of Bougainville on June 10, 2010 for a five-year term. He...
Pilipo Miriye
Rev. Pilipo Miriye was the first Evangelical missionary from Papua New Guinea to the country of Nigeria. Under his ministry, Miriye was involved with his missionary colleagues in founding the Wesley I...
George Ambo
Sir George Ambo, KBE (November 25, 1922 near Gona, Territory of Papua - July 6, 2008 in Popondetta, Northern Province, Papua New Guinea) originally named Ambo Arukaba after his father and grandfather,...
Lucian Tapiedi
Lucian Tapiedi (b. ca. 1921—1942) was a Papuan Anglican teacher who was one of the "New Guinea Martyrs." The Martyrs were eight Anglican clergy, teachers, and medical missionaries killed by the Japan...
Simona Noorenbergh
Sister Simona Noorenbergh (1907–1990; her surname is also spelled Noorenberghe or Noorenberg, and her original given name was Maria) was a Belgian-born religious leader and community organizer.She was...
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David Hand (bishop)
Sir Geoffrey David Hand KBE GCL (11 May 1918 - 6 April 2006) was an Australian-born Papua New Guinean Anglican bishop. He was the first Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea.
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Michael Somare
Grand Chief Sir Michael Thomas Somare, GCL, GCMG, CH, CF, KStJ, PC, MP (born 9 April 1936), was Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea from 2002 to 2011; he had previously been Prime Minister from indepen...
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