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Former BBC Broadcaster Ken Richards has died

Dominica and the region mourn the loss of Former BBC Broadcaster Ken Richards who died at the Dominica China Friendship Hospital (DCFH) on May 21, 2023.

Known for his open, frank, and candid opinion Ken worked at the Government Information Service in Dominica, at the Dominica Broadcasting Station, Radio Antilles, Voice of the Island Radio, Observer in Antigua, WINN FM Radio St. Kitts, Marpin Telcoms & Broadcasting, Dominica News Online, and the BBC Caribbean Service in London.

He has been ailing for some time and spent over three weeks at the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU). He was 67 years old.

Nature Isle News (NIN) extends condolences to his children, and the Caribbean and Dominican journalist fraternity on the loss of this well-respected journalist.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. A very sad loss. I extend my Sincere condolences to his family and friends. May God comfort them. May his Soul RIP and rise in Glory 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽💜💜💜💐

  2. Sincere condolences to his children, families friends , and the entire villagers of Pointe Michel.Rip in peace Mr Richards. You will be surely miss .

  3. It is disappointing that for such an iconic journalist the Media workers of Waitukubuli are significantly absent with their tributes in this column. Nonetheless his unapolegetic work in media stands out even after death and personally I will miss that. His spirit has gone to the spirit world but his legacy is left for others to follow, yet will they? I am so sorry for the families loss. Radio broadcasting has suffered another blow

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