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Tuesday, 09 August 2016 20:17

Prime Minister Dr. Rowley Extends Condolences On The Passing Of Makandal Daaga

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“Mr Daaga has made his mark as a political activist in the 1970’s as leader of the Black Power Movement”.

Those were the words of Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley as he expressed condolences on the passing of Makandal Daaga.


Daaga was noted to be a person who was not afraid to challenge the status quo, one who advocated for equality and spoke up against injustice. His continued presence in the latter years of his life on the political landscape undoubtedly attested to the fact that his interest in Trinidad and Tobago’s development never waned, expressed Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley.


The Prime Minister joins with the national community in mourning Mr. Daaga’s passing and holds his loved ones in prayer.

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