Governor Lolo Matalasi Moliga
Biography of Governor Lolo Matalasi Moliga
|HTC Lolo Matalasi Moliga
Governor of American Samoa
Born in the village of Ta’u, Manua but currently resides in Tafuna, American Samoa. His parents are the late High Chief MOLIGA Sa’ena Auauna Moliga of Ta’u, and Soali’i Galea’i of Fitiuta and Olosega.
Lolo is a High Talking Chief from the village of Sili, Manu’a. Prior to accepting the Lolo title he was a High Chief holding the title of Letalu from Ta’u. He served the Manu’a aumaga for many years before he was titled. Lolo is a deacon of Congregational Christian Church of American Samoa in Tafuna.
Lolo is married to Cynthia Malala of the village of Pago. Her father is Fa’aloua Magellan Malala Gi of the extended Gi family of Pago. Her mother is Lealofitaute A’etonu Malala of the extended Uifa’atali family of Pago Pago. To Cynthia Malala Moliga, she was very attached to her father’s mother, Foliga Le’i of Ofu Manu’a. Two sons, Va’a Matalasi and Eteuati Sola, and two daughters, Muaiao Moliga Fakalata and Lealofisa Moliga represents God’s blessings as offsprings of this union.