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Seven Amazing Days in the Life of Eze A. Ogueri (the second) Compiled by the league of Coloured People British Guiana ([Publishers]House of Edinboro, Boston Mass).

Dedicated to all Peoples of all Races who cherished human dignity and the brotherhood of man.

Ralph J Bunche introduced Eze to John Carter

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Officers of British Guiana League of Coloured People 27 Dec 1950

President -Dr. Denbow

Vice- President - R.B.O. Hart

Secretary - John Carter

C. M. L. John,

Louis Don Deveaux;

The consul of the Republics of Haiti and Panama.

30 December 1950 Saturday - Eze A. Ogueri visited Golden Grove East Cost Demerara The greeting follows

"Long removed from our native shores and bereft of all cultural connections. We yet have the capacity and yearning for African culture. We therefore regard you as an ambassador of good will in whose train will follow a reestablishment of those ties that have so long been severed.

Please convey to your people our greetings and good will. Tell them that though we love the land that sustains us, the judgement hour must first be high. Ere! Africa our motherland shall vanish from our souls.

Long will we cherish the memory of this visit and hold today a red-letter day? May Almighty God prosper you to conclude your studies and to return to uplift your people, that they may maintain their rightful place among the self respecting, respectable and respected people of the earth.


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