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25 January 2014


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He was truly a committed public servant in PNG who has done so much especially in the education sector of the country.

His legacy remains forever.

May his families and relatives be comforted with the grace of our living God.

I was very sorry to hear of the early death of Dr Pagelio. I send my condolences to his wife and family. He will be sorely missed.

It is sad when gifted and hard-working public servants die at an early age.

Many of my own pupils in PNG, 1971-1983, who have gone on to take important roles in PNG, have already died.

Now, more than ever, PNG must learn to take good care of the health of its talented and highly trained men and women in the public service. The future of PNG depends on them and their lives are often ones with great responsibility and much sacrifice for the good of the country.

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