The memories of Masud Sadiki will live on
ZIZ News…May 22 2012 — As the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis grapple with the loss of a musical icon, tributes continue to pour in on the untimely passing of Masud Sadiki.
One such tribute came from Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Dr. Denzil Douglas who called in from Barbados where is attending a meeting of CARICOM heads. Dr. Douglas used his weekly Ask the PM program to pay tribute to Masud who he described as a very humble and respectable individual.
He also echoed the sentiments of a visiting United Nations official who told him that it was a pleasure to meet Masud who was so welcoming and engaging with a positive outlook on life.
Persons were also given the opportunity to call into the Ask the PM program to pay their respects and offer condolences to the family and friends while his music was played in the background and throughout the program hosted by the Press Secretary Mr. Erasmus Williams.
|British Dependency on their visit to ZIZ with Masud
Meanwhile Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs the Hon. Sam Condor also paid tribute by remembering the contributions of the late Kevin “Masud Sadiki” Donovan among which was his work as an advocate for issues that negatively affect women.
Tributes continued throughout the day as Ronnie Rascal dedicated his entire program to the life and works of Masud Sadiki who visited the studio and offices of ZIZ Radio on a weekly basis to promote the activities of his “Limitless Band”.
Members of the British Dependency whom Masud had a great relationship and who visited with him at ZIZ Studio also took time out to comment on his passing. According to the group the music of Masud will never die.
Plans for his final journey will be made known by the family later in the week.