Daaga's power to the people
Posted: Sunday, August 14, 2016
Hundreds turn out for Daaga's farewell
HUNDREDS turned out to pay their final respects to National Joint Action Committee (NJAC) founder Makandal Daaga, who was laid to rest yesterday on what would have been his 81st birthday.
Chief Servant would want us to embrace his values of love, equality
THE best tribute to founder of the National Joint Action Committee (NJAC), Makandal Daaga, would be to embrace the values of love and equality that he lived for.
Daaga's power to the people
Adorned in their traditional African attire, the Daaga family stood in solidarity with hundreds of their fellow countrymen at the Grand Stand in the Queen's Park Savannah yesterday to celebrate and remember the life of the late National Joint Action Committee (NJAC) founder and Black Power Movement leader, Makandal Daaga.
Daaga deeply loved people of TT
AS late revolutionary and former National Joint Action Committee (NJAC) political leader Makandal Daaga was being praised for being a patriot that helped emancipate the minds of citizens his funeral service was disrupted by the protests of controversial radio personality Ricardo "Gladiator" Welch.
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Wear 'conservative hairstyle'
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Tofco reduces staff
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Ex-Petrotrin officials traumatised
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Fishermen send SoS to Imbert
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Cops wearing hijabs, a change in tradition
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Another PH driver murdered
A SECOND private for hire taxi driver has been murdered in the space of a few weeks
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