Order of Logohu, Grand Companion
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The Order of Logohu was instituted by Queen Elizabeth II and the Governor-General of Papua New Guinea by the National Honours System on August 23, 2005 (the 30th Anniversary of Papua New Guinea’s independence). The Papua New Guinea Honours System was created to nationally recognise outstanding contributions made in service of the state. The new Honours System is administered alongside the Imperial Honours System.
The Grand Companion is the First Class award of the Order of Logohu. It is conferred in recognition of the highest degree of achievement and meritorious service provided over 20 years to the state or to humanity.
The Governor-General is the principle Grand Companion. It has also been awarded to 3 members of the royal family: Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburg, Prince Charles of Wales, and Princess Anne, the Princess Royal.
Membership is limited to 50 living members, not including the Governor-General or Honorary Companions.
Recipients are entitled to the post-nominal letters GCL and to the title “Chief”. The Governor-General is the only recipient entitled to use the title “Grand Chief”.
There may be additional grades associated with this Order.
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