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Students of the Moruga RC School may have to
wait until tomorrow or possibly next week to occupy
the building gifted to them by their new MP for
Moruga/Tableland, Dr Lovell Francis.
Despite his best attempts to have classes resume,
Francis said he was unsuccessful in getting toilet
facilities provided at his office for the 115 displaced
Staff from the Princes Town Regional Corporation
have been cleaning and furnishing the constituency
office building at Bois Jean Jean, Moruga to accom-
modate the pupils. Francis said although the building
was an old colonial-styled structure, it was structurally
"The floors are wooden but sturdy and it is big
enough to accommodate all the pupils," Francis said.
He said that once the toilets were set up, the
students will be able to resume classes. The stu-
dents, along with seven teachers and the principal,
were displaced when their building collapsed on
Francis who won the marginal seat was one of four
successful MPs who have not been given a ministerial
Francis said he planned to use a sub-office at
Indian Walk to do his constituency business.
Moruga was one of 16 schools which
were hit with problems at the
start of the new term last
Most of the schools
have since been opened.
In an interview
Minister Anthony Garcia
said he spoke with
Lovell on Tuesday about
his plans to give up his
constituency office for
"I will be seeing him
tomorrow (today) and so he
will advise me as to what
transpired," Garcia said.
He could not say when the new school will be
ready, adding, "Those things take time and I have to
get the report."
Western Division Police yesterday seized guns
and ammunition in Cocorite.
A report said the officers led an exercise between
midnight Tuesday and noon yesterday in Harding
They searched a house and found a Caracal
pistol with ten rounds of 9mm ammunition, one
Astra pistol with five rounds of 9mm ammunition
and a Taurus .357 revolver with five rounds of .38
Then around 11 am the officers went to Dunlop
Drive, also in Cocorite, where they searched a
bushy area and found a SKF revolver which is
compared to a Chinese AK-47. That gun had a
magazine of five 7.56 ammunition.
Members of the Western Division Task Force
also took part in the exercise.
Up to late yesterday a 39-year-old restaurant
worker was being held for questioning.
The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) is
advising customers in parts of southwest Trinidad
that there will be an interruption in their pipe-
borne water supply tomorrow between 8 am and
The authority said it had become necessary in
order to facilitate repairs to a leaking transmission
main at Godineau, Southern Main Road, south of
Areas affected include:
Southern Main Road to La Brea.
Penal and environs.
The authority is also advising motorists to proceed
with caution and observe the instructions of police
officers on duty near the job site.
Guns and ammo
found in Cocorite
No water in parts
of Sando tomorrow
Hunger striker Dr Wayne Kublalsingh says he is
hoping for five years of peace under the new Gov-
ernment of which Dr Keith Rowley is Prime
Yesterday, Kublalsingh went to
the Office of the Prime Min-
ister to deliver a letter to
Rowley on issues surround-
ing the Debe to Mon Desir
leg of the Point Fortin
"We will see how the
party behaves. It is a
crime against the people
and we want to give him
(Rowley) more informa-
tion and meet with him
and stakeholders," he
Kublalsingh said he did
not expect Rowley to
totally accept his propos-
"We want to sit down
and meet with him and stakeholders. We have
experience in the field. We want him to meet with
us and present the proposal. We hope he will do the
right thing," he said. (CC)
delivers letter to PM
Head of the Reroute Movement Dr Wayne
Kublalsing and member Tara Sharma make their
way to the Office of the Prime Minister in St Clair to
deliver a letter. PHOTO: MARCUS GONZALES
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