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Aaron Kumana Set for FUND RAISING


Fundraising Launch, Support Kumana's 5 Recommendations.



A fundraising to support Kumana’s 5 Recommendations

http://aronkumana.blogspot.com/2010/05/aaron-kumanas-5-recommendations.html was launched after Kumana signed a first appreciation certificate to a sponsor from the US. The

certificate known as “Common Face” will be given to individual sponsors who like to help support the 5 Recommendations.


“ISATUNA ISUMATANA” translated in Kumana’ own language –
“Common Face” which gave himself to identify the face of himself and the president JF Kennedy which appeared in magazines, posters, TV or movie without confusing him. That’s why the common face is adopted for the certificate.


After his death (4 year ago) family members formed a committee to carry out his 5R’s. This committee did not work as all these committee members were scatted around the country.


This year 2017 Kumana’s grandson came to rescue again to
support his grandfather’s 5R’s .


With the small amount money donated from the friends oversea we started a Aaron Kumana (AK) rest house and a piggery project. This process may help us support the AK 5R’s.


HELP US TO RESCUER THE 5 Recommendations (5R's).


For more information's and wish to support the 5R's.

Contact: Rellysdom Aaron Malakana

Mobile: 677 7611354

Email: kumana.aaron@gmail.com

Family Photo's

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Kumana cannot locate exactly where he and buiku buried the body of a Japanese pilot.


It was a fine day and there were attacks from the Air and the Sea between the Japanese and Allied force. This makes it harder to differentiate either we are now heading to the setting of the sun or still in mid day.
          We approach Lebu bay (Gizo Island) and we saw a Japanese plane was being attacked by an Allied Plane. There it went right in front where I and Baku ahead too. We spotted where the wreck is but not a sign of anybody. There above us was a large umbrella, it was a parachute, the pilot was air-escaped from his plane. We approach him but it doesn't seem like an enemy to us but expecting us to save him from his injury and we treat his wound in the Gizo harbor (Now BP wharf).
          Next day, I and Biuku planned to hand him to the Americans but he asked us to take him to Kolobangara (Japanese base). But we insisted, then he retaliated. Wow!! He is a tough guy, he made very fast move with actions (Karate) then made an attack on us. But with a change we hold and won't let him free and after a lot minutes he collapsed and we lost our Japanese friend. We buried him in BP area Gizo town.
          It was in the year 2004 my grandfather told this story to me. And this year 2012 the Japanese Government Volunteers are seeking any reminds of the Japanese soldiers who died during the WWII may report this to them. So in private (2012) I asked my grandfather were was the exact site where they buried the Japanese Pilot, but he cannot locate the exact site.