FUNERARY ARRANGEMENTS FOR AGBA DELORES ONISARU ALEXANDER

Emancipation Heritage Site, Bon Air West, Lopinot

Emancipation Heritage Site at Bon Air West, Lopinot

The family of Agba Delores Onisaru Alexander wishes for the public to be aware that the funerary/burial rites of Agba Delores Onisaru Alexander will be held this Friday 18th. October,2013.

The Church service will be held at THE GOOD SHEPHERD ANGLICAN CHURCH, FREELING STREET, TUNAPUNA, beginning at 10.00a.m.

The body will be interred at the Tunapuna  Streatham Lodge Cemetery.

Agba Onisaru was a devoted Pan  Africanist, and was very concerned about the conditions of African people, in particular Youth and children.

Agba Onisaru believed that education was a key component in the struggle for total and unconditional liberation of her people  and always took the opportunity to emphasise such.

Agba Onisaru will leave three sons to further her vision : Keith, Gerard , and Victor. Victor though not from the womb of Agba Onisaru was always treated by her as a son.

May the task be not too heavy and imposing for Keith, Gerard and Victor.

The red, black and green flag was created by t...

The red, black and green flag was created by the members of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League at their convention held in Madison Square Garden on August 13, 1920. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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