When did Mr. Clement Maynard Died?
I do agree with Mr. Carrol…Our history needs to be told and shared from both sides of the sprectrum regardless of who is in power…One of my Godchildfen asked me today who was Sir Clement Maynard and I had to give her a history lesson…growing up our parents taught us about the UBP, PLP & FNM/ In school it was an obligation to know these things. When we were old enough to vote, we decided which party we would be apart of…Nowadays the younger generation can not even tell who is who in the different ministrial post…so sad….Lost nation if this continues to happen..
My sympathy goes to his family and friends, may God strengthen them during this difficult time. He will be dearly missed.
Another one of the heroes of the 67 revolution has passed when you look at those who have passed on then we realise that change is taking place and only a few are noticing.Young persons only need sit at the feet of the remaining giants and learn because when they go you have no one to turn to for advice.Sir Clement will bve greatly missed but his children are sure to continue his legacy.
TAKE IT FROM ME, WE’LL FORGET; AS LONG AS IT IS POLITICALLY CORRECT FOR US TO DO SO. WE HAVE FORGOTTEN SIR LYNDEN, AS A NATION AND LOOK WHO HE WAS AND WHAT HE DID FOR US. AS A PEOPLE WE HOLD NOTHING AND NO ONE DEAR TO OUR HEARTS; WE ARE A SELFISH, UNGRATEFUL PEOPLE.
One of the Bahamas’ national treasures has passed. He served his country well and his contribution to the development of this country will not be forgotten.
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