A historical monument has been built for Papua New Guinea’s first Governor General, the late Sir John Guise.
Yesterday, Alotau MP and National Planning Minister, Charles Abel, visited the monument site to see the progress of work.
Minister Abel said the site is a national government intervention to pay respect and appreciate the work done by this great leader.
Minister Abel said a separate program will be held to open the monument.
The monument is built on the Dogura Plateu overlooking the village of Sir John Guise.
The monument will house two great leaders of the Wedau village, Sir John Guise and the late Kinsford Dibela. Kingsford Dibela was also a former Governor General. Sir Kingsford Dibela, GCMG was the third Governor-General of Papua New Guinea in 1983 to 1989.