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Te Kitenga, The Vision, governance of the people by the people for the people founded on He Wakaputanga, a free and responsible nation.

Te Wakaminenga o nga hapu o Nu Tireni

Wakaminenga Maori Government

Nau mai, Haere mai! Welcome!

This is the official website of Wakaminenga Maori Government. We invite all people of the world to join us under the native maori Jurisdiction of He Wakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tireni 1835.

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Ngā mihi.


Nga Pou e Whitu, 7 Principles of

Te Wakaminenga Maori Government


Nationhood, to be united as one peoples, working together in the interest and well being of our nation, coming together in times of national need such as disasters, maintaining our nationhood and showing loyalty to it. A collective responsibility for All.


Whanau, family, kinship ties, hapu, tribe, waka, pah, marae hapu, village, town, maunga, mountain, keeping in contact with whanau, tatai hono – to uphold our bonds of kinship.


A concept of caring for others, helping friends and loved ones, being a good host to visitors, showing aroha and hospitality, taking care of those in need, responding to the needs of our elders, looking out for our rangatahi, young ones.


There are spiritual beings, kaitiaki (guardians) over the natural environment such as, Rongo, Tangaroa, Tawhirimatea, Ruaumoko, Tane, Tu Matauenga are some of the well known kaitiaki, we remember we are in their realms and respect and care for the environment, our taonga and the wairua (spirituality).

Mana Whakahaere

Working with authority and mana within our decision making and within our jurisdictiion of He Wakaputanga and our governance of Te Wakaminenga o Te Rangatiratanga, the Alliance of the National Congress of Nu Tireni New Zealand.


We are born Rangatira with skills and talents to develop to be the best that we can, demonstrate ethical leadership, uphold our mana, and rangatiratanga to be empowered with confidence and self determination. Upholding our constitution of He Wakaputanga and sovereign powers and authority over our territories of Nu Tireni New Zealand, to protect the freedoms and human rights for All.


The layers of our history through – our children, parents, grand parents, ancestors and future generations.

The re-emergence of Te Wakaminenga o Nga Hapu o Nu Tireni

Te Wakaminenga o Nga Hapu or Peoples of Nu Tireni has recently re-emerged as an organised body known as Te Wakaminenga National Congress to reinstate the dejure constitutional governance of Nu Tireni New Zealand. Since 1835 the Chiefs of New Zealand declared and affirmed their independence and authority over all the territories of New Zealand via He Wakaputanga, the Declaration of Independence. The signing of Te Tiriti, the Treaty 1840 unlawfully disrupted their absolute powers that forced an unlawful cession of their sovereignty that was passed to the British Crown and then to the New Zealand Crown. Many injustices have affected the native Maori Peoples under these regimes. Over the years they have turned to the Declaration of Indepenence with the view to address the injustices and provide shelter in the form of the native Maori jurisdiction. Wakaminenga Maori Government is the administrating arm of of Te Wakaminenga National Congress and has been tasked with reinstating our dejure unextinguished constitutional jurisdiction and opens it’s arms and welcomes all people to immigrate to this jurisdiction and grow together in a fairer, self-governing Nu Tireni.

At this moment, the occasion calls for a resurgence as pressures surround our tangata whenua (native peoples) and all peoples of our land due to the implementation of globalist plans originating from the NZ Crown and beyond, spanning the entire globe. Wakaminenga Maori Government extends its reach throughout the land to eliminate the roots of poverty and various impedances, while opening doors for everyone to pursue protection, progress and prosperity, aiming for a brighter tomorrow under our constitution of He Wakaputanga Declaration of Independence.

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