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WASU to Immortalize West African Fallen Heroes

The West Africa Students' Union (WASU) has announced that, the union will immortalize all West African fallen Heroes.  

According to the President of WASU, Comrade Profeti Romans Pillah, the student union has set up Central Planning Committee to organize a memorial event to immortalize all the fallen heroes who made various sacrifices for the Independence of West African Countries.

The memorial event is dubbed “The Labour of Our Heroes Past Shall Never Be in Vain”.

Outlining the composition of the committee, Comrade Pillah revealed that the following great leaders of the struggle have been considered the Central Planning Committee Members and to co-opt others for a befitting ceremony.

John Akperashi, Franc D'Obama Utoo  Esq, Shettima Unimaid, Terna Crucial Tivkaa  Esq, Dan Nyikwagh , Wisdom Annger Aer, Edem Amou Ph.D, Ebrima L Dampha, Terver Adom, Michael Addotey, Vershima Humbe, Mnena Ikyondo-Ikpa, Ikyume Timothy , Ochekwu Morgan, Osisiogu Osikenyi, Obande Gideon, Dr. Ashimom Timothy Msughter, Trusted Atsinafe Trusted, Atsinafe, Vera Akase, Belvida Hounou, Basil Mfo

Comrade Profeti Romans Pillah, pointed that, the purpose of the memorial event is to Consolidate on the legacies of the deceased HEROES, Bring to limelight the families of the deceased HEROES through organization of lasting impact(s) on the deceased families by way of visiting them, Immortalize them at various famous places as we be determined from interviewers, Compile a centralized history of the Independence of all the West African Countries for publication and launching, Organize a memorial Lectures amongst many other molded deductions from the CPC and the Public.

The inauguration of this committee comes up on the same date slated for WASU Appointees' Inauguration in Benin-Republic.

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Central Planning Committee Profeti Romans Pillah Terna Crucial Tivkaa WASU West African


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