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Alfred Ngaro

Alfred Ngaro


Alfred Ngaro was raised in Te Atatū where he attended the local schools, played for the local Rugby clubs and was an active Te Atatū St Giles Church member. He trained and qualified as an electrician and also completed his theological degree at the Bible College of New Zealand.

Prior to entering Parliament, Alfred was a consultant in community-led development and governance with expertise in New Zealand, Cook Islands and Canada. He co-pioneered multiple community initiatives such as the Tamaki Achievement Pathway, Healthy Village Action Zone Project and the Inspiring Communities Exchange Network. He is also an Ambassador for the White Ribbon campaign, a global movement of men working to end male violence against women.

In 2009 Alfred received the Sir Peter Blake Emerging Leader Award in recognition of his leadership work within the Tamaki Transformation Project. Ngaro was a member of the House of Representatives from 2011 to 2020. He has recently announced his return to politics with his newly formed NewZeal party for the 2023 Election.

Alfred is of Cook Islands descent married to Samoan-Niuean Moka Fuemana with four children and two grandchildren.

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