Caribbean Citizens of Note 2013

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                                                Caribbean Citizens of Note 2013


The Mahogany Coconut Think Tank and Watchdog Group is proud to announce its Caribbean Nation  Citizens of Note 2013. They are as follows:


Sports:West Indies Batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul for equaling Sir Don Bradman’s total of 29 test centuries. In the midst of all our cricketing trials and tribulations, Chanderpaul continues to be an inspiration; an oasis in the current West Indies cricket desert.

Afra Raymond
Blogger/Blogs:   Afra Raymond.com- A Thinking Man’s Blog. One of the few blogs that attempts to expose state and corporate corruption.  AfraRaymond.com goes behind the scenes and produces superb work as was evident during the CLICO affair. Educational informative and fearless.


Dr. Kennedy Anthony
Politics :Prime Minister of St. Lucia Dr .Kennedy Anthony , who demonstrated great courage by telling his colleagues via students of the University of the West Indies, that our region was on a very certain path of collapse, unless we seek alternative methods of development.

Columnist: Annette Maynard- Watson “Healing Herbs” Nation newspaper, Barbados. Her informative and easily read columns remain an important source for those Caribbean citizens, seeking health conscious eating habits and understanding of proven methods and benefits of healing, utilizing locally grown herbs.

Benji Garlin
Arts: Bunji Garlin receiving the prestigious Soul Train Award for Best International Performance. The song is his “Differentology” which is doing very well worldwide.


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The Mahogany Coconut Group thanks all Caribbean citizens who have positively contributed to the Caribbean Nation in 2013. We look forward to your continued support and efforts in 2014
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