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Homicide detectives are awaiting
instructions on whether to charge a
13-year-old schoolgirl in connection
with the death of nine-year-old Abeomi
The girl was arrested on Monday and
the file has been sent to the Deputy
Director of Public Prosecutions Joan
Honore-Paul. The girl could be charged
with murder and arson, police said.
Jeremiah died mysteriously at his
Longdenville, Chaguanas, home on
October 3. Jeremiah, a pupil of the Tuna-
puna Boys Roman Catholic Primary
School, was found motionless in a bed-
room, with candle wax on his face. Police
also seized a book of rituals in the home.
Jeremiah s mother Ingrid Francis, 35,
told police she smelt smoke coming
from a bedroom around 11.30 pm. She
went to check on her children and found
Jeremiah lying unconscious. The boy s
12-year-old sister s hair as well as the
wardrobe were on fire.
An autopsy at the Forensic Science
Centre found that the boy choked on
his own blood. Family members, includ-
ing the 12-year-old sister, mother, grand-
father and stepfather, were questioned
PC Bernard and WPC Callender are
investigating. ---Sacha Wilson
Ultimate Group, parent company
of mas bands Tribe and Bliss, on
Friday won the inaugural Emerging
Entrepreneur Award at the T&T
Chamber of Industry and Com-
merce tenth Annual Champions of
Business Dinner and Awards Cer-
emony held at the Hyatt Regency
Trinidad, Dock Road, Port-of-
The company, headed by Dean
Ackin, which also offers production
services through its Ultimate Events
Company, beat out Trini Trolley Ltd,
Everything Slight Pepper and Scorch
Ltd for the coveted prize.
The category was one of two new
features of the ceremony formerly
known as the Business Hall of Fame
and was rebranded to capture young
entrepreneurs, while preserving its
legacy of paying homage to trail blaz-
ers in the world of business.
A positive consequence of the
chamber s new recognition format
was that Ultimate Group would now
be written into the annals of history.
But the company would not be
Owned was another novel category
introduced at the Champions of
Business presentation which was
won by Sacha Cosmetics.
Turning to the Hall of Fame
inductees, the chamber bestowed
the honour onto Michael Mansoor,
chairman of the Dr Anthony N Sabga
Caribbean Awards for Excellence,
and Raymond Dieffenthaller
Moonilal Lalchan, president of
the chamber, described the Cham-
pions of Business presentation as
a new and enhanced version of the
original Business Hall of Fame,
which was introduced back in 2005
to fulfil a need to acknowledge the
tremendous contribution of the
business sector to this country s
The ceremony, he said, quickly
established itself and in the suc-
ceeding years, 23 stalwarts of com-
merce were inducted.
"This year, however, the cham-
ber s board took the mandate one
step further. The chamber consid-
ered the scope of this signature
event and realised that currently
our forum did not give recognition
to our pioneering medium-sized
members who have successfully
broken into the international mar-
ket, or the passionate entrepreneurs
who are challenging established
norms and making a difference in
the industries in which they operate.
So was born the Champions of
Business," Lalchan said.
He said: "All over the world today,
the face of business is changing as
innovation pushes the envelope of
what has perhaps been the main-
stream for the last few decades.
"Business today is borderless
thanks to the technological revo-
lution. Technology today, far from
being at odds with the creative
mind, can now work in tandem with
it to support and expand the reach
of the human imagination.
This can be seen in the new wave
of entrepreneurship, which is
sweeping the globe and driving not
only economic, but social prosperity
in the most unexpected ways."
Akin's Ultimate Group wins entrepreneur award
Cops await orders to charge
girl, 13, for death of schoolboy
Catherine Kumar, CEO of the T&T Chamber of Industry and Commerce,
presents Dean Ackin, CEO of Ultimate Group (Tribe/Bliss), with the
Emerging Entrepreneurs Award at the tenth Annual Champions of
Business Dinner and Awards Ceremony held at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad
on Friday. PHOTO: SEAN NERO
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