Artist Gives Reasons For Painting Fr Angus Fraser's Image
By SlyO | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 0 views
Benue Born Muralist and Street artist, Var Ikese has explained why he painted the image of the iconic former principal of Mount Saint Gabriel's Secondary School, Makurdi, Benue State, Rev Fr Angus Fraser, according to him, Fr Fraser left his country with all the beauty to Nigeria and Benue State to serve humanity, he was the principal for 43 years he deserves to be celebrated.
Recall that, Fr Fraser died on 7th October, 2018, aged 87. He ran Mount Saint Gabriel's Secondary school, Makurdi from 1971 to 2014 and was famously known for calling his students "Little Angels."
It was gathered that, every of Fr Fraser's earnings went into the development of the school and caring for the less privileged in the society.
According to Ikese, he stated that it is not easy for someone to leave a developed country to Nigeria and work whole heatedly the way Fr Fraser did.
However, Since the commencement the beautiful art work, numerous old boys of the prestigious secondary school have stopped by to identify with him in respect of Fr Angus Fraser.
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