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Osborne 'OJ' James
(1957 - 7 March 2017)
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Osborne Anthony 'OJ' James
Former National Democratic Congress Candidate, Grenada

Osborne Anthony 'OJ' James was a politician in Grenada.

Early life and education

Osborne Anthony 'OJ' James was born in 1957 in Grenada.

Career

James unsuccessfully contested the 2008 general election for the St. Mark constituency for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), losing to Clarice Modeste of the New National Party (NNP).

Personal life

James was married to Merle and the father of four children.

Death

James died on 7 March 2017, aged 59.

Sources
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazim_Burke
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/nazim-burke/5a/a52/9a4
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Occupation Lawyer, Politician
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Date of Birth 1957
Place of Birth Grenada
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Date of Death 7 March 2017 (aged 59)
Place of Death Grenada
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Notable Accomplishments
Leader of the National Democratic Congress: February 2014 - incumbent
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