|Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly|
|Assumed office |
25 November 2017
|Preceded by||Jim Pearce|
|Born||9 December 1968|
|Political party||Pauline Hanson's One Nation|
Andrew describes himself as a "fourth-generation South Sea Islander", and is the first South Sea Islander to be elected to parliament. His great-great-grandmother Lucy Querro of Ambae Island (now part of Vanuatu) was one of the Pacific Islander workers who came to Queensland to work in the sugarcane fields or in domestic service; Andrew claims he was "blackbirded". In July 2019 Andrew became a Vanuatu tribal chieftain, Chief Moli Duru Ambrae, following ceremonies held on Ambae Island.
Before entering parliament he worked as a firearms dealer and pest controller. Despite being the only One Nation MP in the Parliament, Andrew was not the state leader of the party; rather, ousted MP Steve Dickson was until his resignation. The position is currently vacant.
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|Parliament of Queensland|
| Member for Mirani