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  • At Members Speak – 24 January

Jude Joseph’s presentation on ‘Jaffna… searching for its rainbow colours’ drew a number of participants to ask so many questions for which he had relevant answers. He also stated that those who have not visited Jaffna should do so to see for themselves the potential that exists. Many of the members and guests were enthralled with this presentation and sent in congratulatory messages – note below.  


“Dear Mr Joseph, Let me first congratulate you for your unique presentation which was different from what people would expect from the topic of your program. I am very keen to meet up with you to discuss this presentation. Can you please grant me a date and time where we could meet? Regards, T. Someswaran.”




“……….Welldone Jude! Today Jaffna is proud of you. You are certainly one of its colours. Only you could deliver such a speech to touch the heart of people; not only Sri Lankan community, but also global community. No doubt you have taken Jaffna to the next level. Wish you to continue many more speeches in the future – Sugandi Edirmannasinghe.”



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