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Barbadians still visiting gravesite


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Weeks after the late Prime Minister David Thompson was laid to rest, Barbadians are still flocking to view his resting place which is still adorned with the drying flowers.
Thompson , who died on October 3 and laid to rest at St John’s Parish Church on November 3. Thompson, who was Prime Minister of Barbados from January 2008, was battling pancreatic cancer.
Since his burial, Barbadians have been visiting Thompson’s grave.
Thompson was parliamentary representative for St John for the past 23 years. (CM)


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