Wednesday, April 24, 2024

School names new African history ambassador


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ENTERTAINER IAN ALLEYNE is the 2015 ambassador for African History Month at Christ Church Foundation School.

Alleyne was officially named and presented with gifts at a ceremony at the school this morning. He is the third past student in as many years to be named ambassador, and the first male.

The previous two ambassadors were soca queen Alison Hinds and journalist Yvette Best.   (YB)


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