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UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
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Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago is implementing "The Trinidad and Tobago Juvenile
Court Project (JCP)" with funding from the United States Agency for International
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Chuck Gordon has played his
A release said with Dimanche
Gras just over a week away the
defending national calypso
monarch has unveiled his trump
card. A skillfully written political
commentary entitled Fixing Time.
The Laventille-born singer calls
in song for nationals to forget the
misgivings of the past People s
Partnership government and,
instead, put all focus on support-
ing the Dr Keith Rowley lead Peo-
ple s National Movement because
"we have a nation to fix".
"Who Kamla who/ Who?
Kamla gone/ We done pick some-
body new/ And this nation will
not crumble but shall move on/
Now we have to manage/ the new
captain say/ and repair the dam-
age/ Nothing could stand in our
way/ We done get rid of con men
and persons of that ilk/ What s
the use in crying over spilled
milk/ Forget all who pushing that
divisive politics/ And all dem
tricks/ Come join in de mix/ We
have a nation to fix," he sings.
Written by Larry Harewood
and produced by Junior "Ibo"
Joseph the song has already been
selected for the National Political
Category final carded for Kaiso-
rama on Thursday. Gordon said
while he intends to bring his A
game on Thursday, calypso fans
will have to wait till Dimache Gras
night to see the full unveiling of
his on stage production for the
"It is already causing a stir
among calypsonians and it can
put a spoke in the wheel of those
who choose to sing about Kamla.
"It s forward looking. It s nation
building. It offers hope. It takes
on the persona of the goddess
Janus who has two faces. One
that glances at the past but whose
emphasis is on the future. What
is done is done. Now it s fixing
time" he said.
2015 Calypso king, Chuck Gordon.
Calypso king Gordon drops his Dimanche Gras tune CONTINUES FROM PAGE A28
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