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Paying homage

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Paying homage

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Sir Frank Walcott is the most revered and renowned trade unionist in this country’s history, and officials, groups and individuals were on hand yesterday (May Day) for the wreath-laying by the statue of the National Hero at Culloden Road, St Michael.
Minister of Labour Dr Esther Byer-Suckoo (foregound) and Barbados Workers’ Union  general secretary Sir Roy Trotman placed wreaths in front of the statue of the former unionist, politician and ambassador, who passed away in 1999.
Here, Byer-Suckoo placing a wreath on behalf of Government.