Statue of first king of Tonga installed in front of St George palace

Lava hono fokotu'u 'o e fakatātā 'o 'Aho'eitu ko e 'uluaki tu'i Tonga he ta'u 950 ki mui he 'alo'i hotau 'eiki' (AD). Ko e tufunga 'eni 'a Tokoni Palōfesa Viliami Toluta'u mei he 'Univēsiti BYU. 'Oku tu'u 'i mu'a 'i he palasi Sā Siaosi' 'i Nuku'alofa.

A controversial statue of Tonga’s first ruler, King ‘Aho’eitu, has been installed in front of St George Palace in Nuku’alofa. It is believed that this is a temporary installation and that the sculpture is supposed to be installed at the Popua National Park. King Tupou VI’s birth name is king ‘Aho’eitu. As Kaniva news reported…


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