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In Memory of Captain Prince Ben-Hirsch (passed away 21st January 1992)
By Ben-Hirsch Family
Jan 26, 2008, 18:34
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16 YEARS AGO HE LEFT US
In Loving Memory of our Father, Son, Brother & Friend
The People's Officer who Performed an important role to save his beloved land

Captain Prince Ben-Hirsch
(The Peoples Officer)

Born:- 6th September, 1965          Died:- 21st January, 1992.

He died as a gallant and fearless officer who performed an important role to save his beloved land.

Destiny had to embrace him on the 21st Jan 1992.

Indeed, sixteen years have passed but memories of you still lingers in our mind. Sleep on and take your rest.

By his daughter-Memuna, his Mother-Haja Mallay, his Sisters- Princess and Baindu, his Brothers-David and John Benjamin, Dr. John Karimu and all his other Brothers, Sisters, Relatives and Friends in and out of Sierra Leone.

May his soul rest in perfect peace.


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