The Tobago Arm of NJAC hosted “the reunion and honouring of eleven living legends of the historic 1970 movement”. the event took place at the Vanguard hotel, Lowlands, on Saturday 16th April, five days before the anniversary of the April 21st State of Emergency of 1970.
An impressive and wide range gathering of Tobagonians were on hand to participate in the function. NAJC’s Chief Servant and Cultural Ambassador to CAricom Makandal Daaga and his wife Liseli, former THA Chairman Jeffery Davidson, THA Minority Leader Ashworth Jack, Anglican Bishop Claude Berkley, former Public Service Head Reginald Dumas, former National Under 19 football coach Peter Granville and his wife Heather, businessman Emile Louis, Ashton James and his wife Carol Ann head if the Tobago Hoteliers Association, Community Development supervisor Irene Beache and Division of Infrastructure and Public Utilities Human Resource Officer Walter Coppin and ace cricket coach Alston Daniel.
Also in attendance was His excellency Richard Thompson, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Costa Rica; Bro Aiyegoro Ome Servant President of NJAC, Councilor Marilyn Ramnarinesingh, Councilor for Cap-De-Ville, Point Fortin; and Executive Member of NJAC.