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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Saturday, February 7, 2015
The number drawn on Crime Watch yesterday
was 499967. If the mask on the back of your yes-
terday s Guardian has that number you win the prize
You have until 3 pm on Monday to come to the
Guardian head office, 22-24 St Vincent Street, Port-
of-Spain, with the newspaper containing the winning
number and photo identification.
Also, keep your Saturday, Sunday and Monday
papers and tune into Crime Watch live on Monday
from 6 pm, on CNC3, for the draw. There will be one
draw and one winning number with a jackpot worth
at least $1,500 cash. If the number drawn matches
the mask number on the back of your Saturday, Sunday
or Monday newspapers, then you win Monday s prize.
Two brothers took
the titles at the
Schools Soca Monarch
which lasted three
hours was held at the
Jean Pierre Complex,
began nearly two hours
Stefan Camejo, 10,
who is a pupil of Sacred
Hearts Boys RC, Port-of-Spain, could not control
his enthusiasm when he was announced the winner.
He jumped and leaped across the stage. He won
the primary school competition with his song titled
His elder brother, Sergio, 15, lifted Stefan off the
ground and hugged him when he was announced
the winner in his category. His song was titled Moving
On.Students whistled and screamed and waved at the
boys on the stage.
Sergio, a student of Fatima College, was also a
former Junior Soca Monarch winner.
The boys father, Enrico Camejo, who is the lead
guitarist for soca artiste Bunji Garlin, smiled broadly
and waited for his sons at the base of the steps leading
to the stage.
He said the children began competing in 2011 and
Sergio won the competition when he was in primary
"When [Stefan] turned seven he entered in 2012.
He came second," he said.
Enrico said the children got some singing practice
with the Marionettes Chorale.
"They got a little training with me and go with
me to band rehearsals," he said.
Enrico said Sergio had begun writing his own
"I helped him a little bit but he can write. His
mother, Akella, helps him," he said.
The competition saw students dressed in colourful
costumes including Indian garments, crime scene
outfits, space gear and mas costumes.
Camejo brothers sweep
school soca monarch titles
Jeremiah Marlon James
Water and Sewerage Authority customers may
have an unreliable water supply this weekend after
an explosion at the Caroni Water Treatment Plant
destroyed a transformer there.
In confirming that the plant was now operating
on one transformer instead of two yesterday, senior
manager at WASA Daniel Plenty said firefighters
were able to contain the blaze but the entire plant
was not yet fully operational.
He said engineers were on the scene assessing the
damage up to last evening but he could not confirm
how long it would take for the blown-out transformer
to be replaced.
Plenty said the plant was partially restarted but
would not be able to service all its customers and
advised customers to use water wisely.
Customers expected to be affected are:
Water cuts as
• North Trinidad:
• Champs Fleurs
• San Juan
• El Socorro
• St James
• Central and south
• San Fernando
• La Brea
Trinity Junior School pupil Aaron Duncan performs his soca song New Generation
of Vibes during the Flavorite Supreme National Schools Soca Monarch
competition at the Jean Pierre Complex, Wrightson Road, yesterday. Duncan
placed second in the primary schools category. PHOTO: ABRAHAM DIAZ
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