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Aaron Kumana death. Not from a long time illness

Aaron Kumana's death was not from a long-time illness as claimed by some of the international and local media reporters. His death was...

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

Monday, August 7, 2017

US grateful for Kumana, Gasa’s action

Had it not been for two men in a small canoe over seventy years ago, the world may not have ever known the name John F. Kennedy said US Defense Attaché Commander Dan Balsinger.

 During the unveiling of John F. Kennedy’s PT109 monument on Lubaria Island in Rendova last week, the Commander speaking on behalf of the United States of America said they are deeply grateful for the actions of Eroni Kumana and Biuku Gasa that fateful August day in 1943.

 “We thank you for your friendship, and we thank you for this great honor to our 35th President, John F. Kennedy.
“Again a great and mighty U.S. Navy ship will bear the name and carry on the legacy of President John F. Kennedy,” he said citing the first naval ship has been decommissioned in 2007.
 He closed with a quote from the late President; “The cost of freedom is always high, but Americans have always paid it. And one path we shall never choose, and that is the path of surrender, or submission.”
At the ceremony, Commander Balsinger also met up with one of late Biuku’s son Rex Biuku.
 He also met up with a one of the forgotten native in the Presidents’ version son of Ingolo Goete, claimed to be one of the head scouts that helped in the rescue effort in the Kolombangara waters.

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