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Thursday, 23 March 2017 17:06

Legends of Panderica

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A young entrepreneur has come up with an innovative way to keep pan alive for the younger generation.

Brian Benoit, the CEO of Benoit Academy of Steelpan, is hoping that his 2D book, 'Legends of Panderica,' would soon be a staple for children 6 years and up who want to learn all about the national instrument.

Mahalia Joseph has more.

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