Just hours after the country lost one of its nation builders, news of another death came, this time taking the media fraternity by surprise.
Renowned educator, political commentator and newspaper columnist Martin Henry, died suddenly last evening (Tues).
Its reported that Henry had just completed a live television interview about former Prime Minister Edward Seaga, when he collapsed at the studio and was rushed to hospital where he was pronounced dead.
He was 60 years old.
In a twitter post, Prime Minister Andrew Holness hailed Henry for his significant contribution to education and for being a strong advocate for transparency and good governance.
Henry had served as administrator at the University of Technology UTECH, as lecturer at the University of the West Indies UWI and was a member of the National Integrity Action NIA.