Minister Fulfills Promise to Columbus Primary School

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March 30, 2012

SM-Columbus-Primary-_-Minister.jpg Nassau, Bahamas - Minister of Education, The Honourable T. Desmond Bannister visited Columbus Primary on Wednesday, 21st March, 2012 to fulfill a promise to the students he made after the death of their classmate, Marco Archer. Minister Bannister promised the students that he would provide them with the colouring booked titled. "Say No Then Go". The book was produced by the National Child Protection Council to educate children about sexual abuse. The text was written by Dr. Novia Carter-Higgs and illustrated by Stevie Burrows. Minister Bannister told the students that he wanted them to be safe and they must not talk or take things from strangers. He told them to do as the book states and "Say No Then Go"...

News date : 03/30/2012    Category : Crime, Education, Environment, Health

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