Three of the six Ministers reshuffled this week have taken their oath at the Government House on Thursday afternoon.
They are Duddley Kopu, Augustine Auga and Jimson Tanangada.
Bodo Dettke is understood to be currently overseas, Freda Tuki on constituency tour while Bartholomew Parapolo was unavailable with no reason for his absence.
Government House Private Secretary, Nigel Maezama confirmed the sworn-in of the three Ministers.
Mr Kopu is now the agriculture Minister while Mr Auga takes up the Provincial Government portfolio.
Mr Dettke was swapped in as the new Tourism Minister while Mr Parapolo is now the new Forestry Minister.
Ms Tuki will be the new Minister for Women, Youth and Family Affairs while Tanangada took up the Rural Development portfolio.
Sworn-in of the following Ministers took place just a day after being reshuffled.
Sources claimed the sworn-in was done so quickly and was done with forcing the Ministers to do so immediately.
By BRADFORD THEONOMI