Tuiloma Pule Lameko
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Tuiloma Pule Lameko (1934 – 2 April 2018) was an accountant by profession. He was a long serving member of the Parliament of Samoa as a member of the Human Rights Protection Party (HRPP). He was the Minister in charge of the Ministry of Revenue and Public Trust Office. He was a Minister under the Tofilau Eti Alesana Government and then Commissioner of the Public Service Commission, and later became a member of the Council of Deputies, serving as deputy head of state.
He also served as president of Samoa Rugby Union.
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