Thursday, November 23, 2017

At 98, Moruga chief is man on a mission*

Moruga Chief Paul Navarro feels close to his ancestors when interacting with an artefact found by Curator of the Moruga Museum Eric Lewis. Photos courtesy HEATHER-DAWN HERRERA

Taking some hours of relaxation in camp after a hectic week of celebrations by First Peoples groups around the country, Paul Navarro, Chief of the First Native Peoples of Moruga and surrounding regions of the southlands, outlined his thoughts and plans for educating his community, especially the young generation, for the coming years. At the age of 98 years, he expects to fulfil this mission way past the age of his mother's passing at 106 and further past that of his father at 112.

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