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A museum in honour of the life and work of late reggae superstar, Peter Tosh, is to be opened at the Pulse Centre on Trafalgar Road in St Andrew this summer.

Tosh was a founding member of the group, The Wailers, which included other reggae legends, Bunny Livingston (Wailer) and Bob Marley.

His epic albums include ‘Legalise It’ and ‘Equal Rights’.

Tosh also co-wrote ‘Get Up, Stand Up’ with reggae king, Bob Marley.

According to Loop,speaking of the pending development, Tosh’s daughter, Niambe McIntosh, said:  “This is an important turning point in the preservation and advancement of my father’s legacy, and the museum will allow my father’s message of equal rights and justice to be heard by generations, both young and old.”

The agreement behind the initiative was signed at the Jamaican Consulate in New York last week.

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