Social and political activist stages another walk in Tobago in recognition of the 1990 attempted Coup

Social and political activist stages another walk in Tobago in recognition of the 1990 attempted Coup

Social and political activist, Wendell Eversley, who is a July 27th 1990 attempted Coup survivor questions the Prime Minister’s stance as it pertains to recognizing past freedom fighters of T&T.

Every year in recognition of the lives lost during the July 27th 1990 attempted Coup, Eversley hosts a one man walk.

This year Eversley began his journey from the ANR Robinson International Airport this afternoon and stopped at the grave of former Prime Minister and President A.N.R Robinson.

Eversley spoke with members of the media by A.N.R Robinson’s grave site, saying he wrote a letter to the Prime Minister, Dr. Keith Rowely requesting that persons who would have lost their lives during the attempted coup be recognized.

Meanwhile the Bacolet grave of the former Prime Minister ANR Robinson will be made into a historical attraction.

This according to Assistant Secretary, Division of Tourism, Culture and Transportation, Shomari Hector, who made made the announcement on Wednesday during the post executive council news conference.

He said the division is not building a shrine but a structure befitting Robinson’s sacrifice and legacy.

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