PNCR mourns death of long standing member

Kenneth Chance also known as “Six Head” died from a stroke on Monday

The People’s National Congress Reform (PNC/R) mourns the death of one of its longstanding members, Mr. Kenneth Chance also known as “Six Head”, who passed away on Monday after a suffering a stroke.

A release from the party noted that he was a vibrant member of the PNCR and an activist, not only in his community of Albouystown, but further afield.

According to the release, Chance was a founding member of the Justice for Jermaine Committee which was formed after the death of an Albouystown youth who was killed at the hands of a policeman in May 1996.

“Kenneth [Chance] was also one of the candidates in this year’s local government elections and apart from being active in the political field; he was the owner of a Reggae Club where he once taught music. He was known as “Six Head” because of his drive behind the late world rated champ, Andrew “Six Head” Lewis motivating him to become a boxer,” the release further noted.

“On behalf of the Party Leader, other members of the General Council, the Central Executive Committee (CEC) and indeed the entire membership, we offer sincere condolences to his sorrowing family, relatives and friends.”