|Speaker of the Legislative Assembly|
19 July 2012 – 29 December 2014
|Preceded by||Lord Lasike|
|Member of Parliament
23 April 2008 – 26 November 2014
|Political party||none (Nobles' Representative)|
Fakafanua, known before ascending to his title as Fatafehi Kinikinilau Lolomana‘ia Fakafanua is a Tongan politician, Lord of the Realm and former Speaker of the Tongan Legislative Assembly. He is the 8th Fakafanua.
He was bestowed with the title Fakafanua, one of the thirty-three hereditary titles of the Tongan nobility, on 24 April 2006. The title is attached to the estates of Ma'ufanga (on Tongatapu), Nga'akau (on Vava'u) and Faleloa (on Ha'apai), and enables its holder to be elected to the Legislative Assembly as a Representative of the Nobility. During the 2008 by-election he was elected as a representative for Ha'apai, the youngest member ever of the Tongan Parliament. He was re-elected in the November 2010 general election.
- "New noble bestowed with title", Pacnews, 27 April 2006
- "Lord Fakafanua", Parliament of Tonga
- "Tonga names new Speaker after Lord Lasike barred from Parliament". Radio New Zealand International. 2012-07-19. Retrieved 2012-07-19.
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