A week on from Kingston Comet's story which confirmed the death of the town's beloved Moses Jon N'Kanar, the reaction from residents has been unprecedented.

Moses was always a recognisable sight around town and people from all over Kingston no doubt had their own personal anecdotes about conversations and encounters they had with him.

But it is perhaps only since he sadly passed away on November 11, that it became truly clear how much he meant to many of the people of Kingston.

Read more: Tributes pouring in for Moses after death of beloved community figure

Since news was first confirmed of his passing, thousands have paid tribute online and have grouped together to brainstorm a variety of different ways our town can remember him.

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From a crowdfunded bench in his honour, to suggestions of a statue being placed in the town dedicated to him, the reaction to his passing has been tangible.

Therefore, for this week only, Kingston Comet has changed its masthead away from its usual blue and green colour scheme, to a bold red colour - above a tribute to the man himself.

Read more: ‘Exiled prince’ and ‘legend’: Moses set to get memorial bench

Copies of the Kingston Comet will be available for free collection at shops and public areas across the Kingston area from this morning (November 29).

We hope you all enjoy our small tribute to Moses, a man who left an unforgettable impression on Kingston.

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