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|Member of the Nauruan Parliament
May 5, 2003 – October 23, 2004
|Preceded by||Bernard Dowiyogo|
|Succeeded by||Frederick Pitcher|
24 May 1966 |
|Occupation||Secretary of Justice|
He lost the post again, however, in June 2004 when Scotty became President again and appointed David Adeang to the post. In September 2004 he became controversial after stating that Health Minister Kieren Keke was ineligible to serve. He lost his seat in Parliament in the October 2004 elections because of the State of Emergency and was out of job in Nauru.
From 17 July 2005, he subsequently worked in the Public Defender's office in Majuro, Marshall Islands, along with Lionel Aingimea, the former legal officer of Nauru. From 19 April 2007, he became the Chief Public Defender of Marshall Islands and is still at this post.
On 18 August 2010, he was sworn in as a citizen of Marshall Islands.
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