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Within the next two years, Prime
Minister Dr Keith Rowley will be
forced to make the biggest decision
in his life by taking drastic measures
to keep T&T s economy stable.
The prediction was made on Thurs-
day by popular psychic Yesenia Gon-
Sitting in a dimly lit room at her
Mt Lambert home with a deck of tarot
cards spread across a gold cloth, Gon-
zalez, who predicted on her Facebook
page that the People s National Move-
ment (PNM) would have emerged vic-
torious on September 7 and Kamla
Persad-Bissessar s Cabinet would face
repeated scandal, revealed fresh pre-
dictions for Rowley and his new Gov-
In the next 24 months, Gonzalez
said, Rowley would be faced with
tough economic challenges and would
have to take decisive action and imple-
ment drastic changes that could make
him unpopular with the masses.
"His decisions and actions can lead
to a tsunami of protests. But he is a
strong leader and would do his best
for the country s survival," Gonzalez
She also revealed that attempts
would be made to have Persad-Bisses-
sar removed as leader of the United
National Congress (UNC), while Jack
Warner s extradition matter would
drag on for years in court.
Gonzalez said Rowley s decisions
would hinge on a number of factors
that would affect the country.
These include the following:
• Oil prices will continue to fall.
• Consideration will be given to
devaluing the T&T dollar.
• Property tax will return under a
• Job cuts
• Social programmes will be reduced
"All these issues would lead to a
crisis in our hands," Gonzalez added.
Gonzalez also predicted...
• Two former UNC ministers will
face corruption and fraud charges
• The Central Bank and the Gov-
ernment will lock horns over changes
in the bank s system
• Rowley will be challenged for his
post as leader in the party s next inter-
• Opposition members will oppose
• The race war on social media will
• There will be a disaster in Par-
• A political leader will die
"The Prime Minister would face
major challenges as oil prices would
continue to be unstable and would
further drop. The prices would fall
very low, which would create history
in the country.
"This would lead to the cutting of
jobs and social programmes and fund-
ing to ministries. It would be difficult
for Rowley in the next two years to
keep the country on a stable footing,
while the Opposition would contin-
uously fight him down," Gonzalez said.
She said Rowley would make every
attempt to work with the Opposition,
but they would try to frustrate him.
Gonzalez said this would lead to
pulling and tugging between the Gov-
ernment and Opposition, which would
anger the population.
"Rowley has plenty challenges to
face as a leader," Gonzalez said. She
said a well-liked individual in the
PNM would challenge Rowley for the
CHARLES KONG SOO
Dominant male in UNC to remove
Kamla as Opposition Leader
Gonzalez said: "He came in at
a bad time when the country is
beginning to face an economic
downturn with the fall in oil and
In the coming months, Gon-
zalez said, Rowley would have to
make some tough decisions that
could either affect or improve the
lives of citizens.
"That is where you would see
if he has the guts or belly to make
those decisions. The fate of this
country is in Rowley s hands right
now. It would be a do-or-die sit-
uation. Based on some of Row-
ley s actions and decisions, he
would lose popularity. Rowley
would not change as a leader. But
he would try to readjust with the
Flipping through her cards,
Gonzalez said the build-up to the
general election triggered a race
war on social media, which could
threaten T&T s democracy if not
"We could have a racial unrest
on our hands."
division in UNC
In the UNC camp, Gonzalez
said though some of Persad-
Bissessar s MPs recently endorsed
her as Opposition Leader, plans
were afoot by a dominant male
to have her removed.
Gonzalez described the male
as "sly, devious and untrustwor-
"The person who is trying to
get rid of Kamla is very close to
her. He only wants power for his
own benefit. This move could
cause infighting and a division in
She said the outcome of the
UNC s internal election would
determine if members would
unite or remain fragmented.
"Kamla would encounter a dif-
ficult and bumpy road ahead. She
would not sever ties with the
party but would step down as
leader. Based on who is the new
leader of the UNC, she would
know where her position stands
as a politician."
Gonzalez also said a former
UNC minister would flee the
country and would have to be
extradited back to Trinidad to
face the courts.
"Lawyers will make a lot of
money from legal battles that will
be mounted by the State."
With regards to Persad-Bisses-
sar legally challenging the Elec-
tions and Boundaries Commis-
sion s decision to extend last
Monday s voting time by an hour,
Gonzalez predicted this would
develop into further issues and
trigger citizens to protest.
"Kamla would get the backing
of the people. I don t see this
matter ending any time soon."
Gonzalez also touched on
Warner s extradition matter.
Asked if the PNM would push
for Warner to be extradited to the
USA to face corruption and
bribery charges, Gonzalez replied
"the PNM would just follow the
"They would not be biased to
Warner. This matter would take
months in our court. Warner is
a warrior and fighter. He is not
going to give up so easily in and
out of politics."
"The Prime Minister
would face major
challenges as oil prices
would continue to be
unstable and would
further drop. The prices
would fall very low,
which would create
history in the country.
This would lead to the
cutting of jobs and
social programmes and
funding to ministries. It
would be difficult for
Rowley in the next two
years to keep the
country on a stable
footing, while the
continuously fight him
down," Gonzalez said.
For more predictions,
contact Gonzalez at
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