In memory of Jonah Lomu, a condolence book for the Lomu family has been made available for members of the public to sign at the New Zealand High Commission in Nuku’alofa. The condolence book will be closed at the end of the day on Monday 30 November. The High Commission is open from 9.00am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday.
“New Zealand has a strong relationship with Tonga, and Jonah Lomu’s passing is sadly felt throughout New Zealand and Tonga,” the high commission said in a statement.
Ko e Tohi pōpoaki fiekaungāmamahi ma’a Jonah Tali Lomu
‘I he fakamanatua ‘o Jonah Tali Lomu, ‘oku i ai ‘a e Tohi pōpoaki fiekaungāmamahi ma’ae fāmili ‘o Jonah Tali Lomu ‘oku faka’atā ki he kakai ‘o e fonua ke nau fakamo’oni ai ‘i he ‘Ofisi ‘o e Talafekau Lahi Nu’usila. Ko e Tohi pōpoaki fiekaungāmamahi e kamata hono faka’atā ‘i he ‘aho ni pea toki fakangata ki he ‘aho Monite 30 ‘o Novema. Ko e ‘ofisi ‘o e Talafekau Lahi Nu’usila ‘oku ‘ava mei he 9.00am ki he 4.30pm, Monite ki he Fālaite.
‘Oku ‘i ai ‘a e vā fengāue’aki mālohi a Nu’usila pea mo Tonga ni, pea ko e pekia a Jonah Tali Lomu ‘oku ongo’i aupito ‘i Nu’usila pea mo Tonga.