Caucus deputy welcomes Galo into Sogavare-led DCGA
The Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement (DCGA) has welcomed its new member; he is the newly elected Member of Parliament for South Choiseul Constituency Sammy Galo.
Mr. Galo’s decision to join the DCGA makes him the 39 member of the ruling government, a statement issued by Government Communication Unit said.
He attended his first Caucus meeting this week when was greeted with congratulatory messages from members of the Caucus.
Deputy Chairman of Caucus Jackson Fiulaua told Mr. Galo that he used his wisdom in making the right decision to join the government.
“I join thousands of people in the country on behalf of the DCGA Caucus to congratulate you as the new MP for South Choiseul constituency,” Mr. Fiulaua stated.
He also encouraged the new MP to contribute to matters deliberated on during meetings, adding that the Caucus looks forward for the important contributions he will make during the course of Caucus meetings.
The Deputy Chairman of Caucus further encouraged MP Galo to seek advice and guidance from his colleague MPs, and make the assurance that Caucus stands ready to support him in any way.
Mr. Fiulaua reiterated that “togetherness as a government work towards the betterment of our people and our beloved country.”
Meanwhile, Mr. Galo said the motivating factor behind his decision to join the government is that at these uncertain times brought about by the COVID 19 pandemic, a stable government is important to navigate the nation through.
“I have full trust and confidence in the Prime Minister and DCGA- its policies and programs- and I look forward to participate in any of the government’s plans all in the best interest of our nation and people,” Mr Galo stated.
The new MP also acknowledged South Choiseul leaders – traditional and church leaders- for their support towards his successful election in the recent by-election.
He further pledged to work with Provincial Ward members in South Choiseul constituency to elevate the constituency to newer heights.