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The Order of Logohu is the principal order of the Order of Papua New Guinea. Logohu is a Motuan word for the bird-of-paradise, the official national symbol of Papua New Guinea since its independence. The Order consists of four ranks.

Classes of the Order

Grand Companion of the Order of Logohu

The Grand Companion of the Order of Logohu (GCL) is awarded to those citizens of Papua New Guinea and others for service, achievement, and merit in the highest degree, sustained over a period of twenty years. The award may be given to no more than fifty living persons. Recipients of the Grand Companion class are titled "Chief". The Chancellor of the Order of Logohu is titled as "Grand Chief" as well as one other living recipient of the class. The title of Grand Chief is currently held by the first Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea Grand Chief Michael Somare .

Officer of Logohu

The Officer of Logohu (OL) is awarded for distinguished service to Papua New Guinea, or to a local community, sustained over a period of at least ten years.

Member of Logohu


The Member of Logohu (ML) is awarded for commendable service to a particular area of endeavour, to Papua New Guinea, or to a local community, sustained over a period of at least seven years.

National Logohu Medal

The National Logohu Medal (LM) is awarded for exemplary service in a profession, career, or industry group, or to the general community, over a period of at least five years.

Current Composition

  • Sovereign: Elizabeth II
  • Chancellor: Grand Chief Sir Bob Dadae
Royal Chiefs
  • The Princess Royal (2005)
  • The Duke of Edinburgh (2005)
  • The Prince of Wales (2005)
Grand Companions
  • Sir Paulias Matane (2005) - Former Governor General of PNG
  • Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare (2005) – First Prime Minister of PNG
  • Dame Josephine Abaijah – First Woman elected to the PNG Parliament
  • Sir Julius Chan (2005) – Former Prime Minister of PNG
  • John Momis (2005) – Long Serving Parliamentarian and Framer of the PNG constitution
  • Sir Silas Atopare (2008) – Former Governor General of PNG
  • Sir Donatus Mola (2005) – Former Bougainville Chief
  • Sir Rabbie Namaliu (2009) – Former Prime Minister of PNG
  • Archbishop Karl Hesse, – Catholic Archbishop Emeritus of Rabaul
  • Boyamo Sali (2009) – Former Cabinet Minister of PNG
  • Mathew Siune (2009) – Former Cabinet Minister of PNG
  • Sir Akepa Miakwe (2011) – Former politician of Unggai-Bena in Eastern Highlands
  • Sir Brian Barnes (2011) – Former Archbishop of Port Moresby Catholic Archdiocese
  • Sir Peter Barter (2011) – Former Cabinet Minister of PNG and Governor of Madang province
Honorary Grand Companions
  • Major-General Michael Jeffery (2005) - Former Governor General of Australia
  • Andrew Peacock (2006) - Former Foreign Minister of Australia
  • Bill Clinton (2006) - Former President of the USA

Precedence

The precedence of the classes of the Order of Logohu vary, they are as follows:
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Cross of Valour Grand Companion of Logohu Companion of the Star of Melanesia
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Member of Logohu National Logohu Medal Cross of Medical Service Medal
Category:Orders, decorations, and medals of Papua New Guinea
Category:Recipients of the Order of Logohu
 
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