Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : August 7th 2015 Contents and build the billion-
dollar Beetham Waste-
water Recycling Plant,
had failed to meet the
He said according to
the documents, SIS had
no proven track record
of operation or main-
tenance of such plants
"According to this
SIS did not qualify to
do the project. They
had zero experience and
they have no civil engi-
neer assigned to the
project," Warner added.
He said a foreign
company put in a bid
for the contract for
$800 million but
instead it was given to
SIS for $400 million
Warner said the con-
tract also said no pay-
ment in advance but
NGC paid SIS in
advance US$32 million.
On the laying of
pipelines for the project
Warner said: "The
pipelines are to cross
the Caroni and Guaya-
mare River. Those two
rivers are major cross-
ings and the pipeline is
to be laid underground,
under the river using
"SIS has refused to
do this and what they
are doing is banking the
rivers and in doing so
will destroy the ecology
of the region.
"The pipeline is being
laid and backfilled
Describing it as
"Kamla s most corrupt
act in five years," Warn-
er said: "The staff has
no formal training. SIS
is himself to himself.
"This is a fraud and
any serious government
would have imprisoned
them all, lock stock and
On the firing of for-
mer director of the
Agency (SSA) Nigel
Clement who is set to
receive a million dollar
from the State for being
after serving in the post
for nine months,
Warner accused Per-
sad-Bissessar of order-
ing the dismal.
ILP Political Leader
Jack Warner on
Wednesday night said
all of the party s suc-
would undergo drug
He said so at a polit-
ical meeting in the
constituency at the cor-
ner of Eastern Main
Road and Plum Mitan
Challenging the UNC
to do the same Warner
said: "Once you have
been screened and are
successful this is the
test you have to pass...
not the screening test.
Warner also present-
ed purported docu-
ments which said Super
Industrial Services Ltd
(SIS), the company
contracted to design
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Warner: Drug testing
for all ILP candidates
Political leader of the ILP Jack Warner, centre, poses with candidates, from left,
Paul Peters, Tobago East and Dr Lena Brereton Wolfe, Tobago West, at the
party's political meeting at Plum Mitan Junction, on Wednesday night.
PHOTO: ABRAHAM DIAZ
On calls made to citizens by Persad-Bissessar
to engage in phone conversations, ILP chairman
Rekha Ramjit said this was breaking the law.
Accusing the PP of resorting to "underhand
and criminal methods to win the election Ramjit
"They have your phone number and they
breaking every law in the book. Your phone
number is under your control.
"They get the whole list of cellphones and they
are using it to access you. That is the latest way
they are attempting to influence you."
She said crime in the community had always
been a problem but in recent times it had gotten
worse as there had been an increase in illegal
On polls conducted by Solution by Simulation's
Nigel Henry, Warner question the veracity of that.
"That guy has no credibility whatsoever,"
Warner said, adding that the ILP was "totally
disregarded" in the polls.
The corruption-accused former Fifa vice-
president also alluded to the fact that the polls
may have been politically influenced by the UNC.
"This is Kamla poll. She paid for it. The Prime
Minister believes everybody has a price and they
could buy anybody at anytime," Warner charged.
He also accused the PM and her Government
as being ungrateful, saying that everyone knew
they had used him simply for his money.
On the Manzanilla community Warner said
very little had been done to modernise and
upgrade the community, describing it as
He so much so that residents still faced
difficulty in transporting goods from Manzanilla
He also presented one of the ILP's deputy
political leaders Dr Lena Brereton-Wolfe as the
Cumuto/Manzanilla candidate, Paul Peters for
Tobago West and Portia Powder as the Tobago
RAMJIT: PM BREAKING LAW
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