Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : November 2nd 2016 Contents Newly-appointed Works and
Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan
says he is humbled by the confidence
placed in him by Prime Minister Dr
Keith Rowley "to run one of the
largest ministries at a time when the
country needs the Ministry of Works
to get going."
Taino Haiti: T&T has more MPs per
head of population than UK, yet all
PMs have to look externally to
Anton Pope: Tribal politics and
race-based voting is what have T&T
50 years behind the rest of the world
in terms of development as a nation.
Andre Roberts: If u are not
performing, the prime minister has
the right to remove u. It is about
getting the job done. That's what
good governance is about. Tax payers
money must be properly account for.
in CoP's chair
From yesterday Stephen Williams
was back on the job as acting
Commissioner of Police (COP) to
serve yet another six month stint.
JMac Donald: The CoP should be
appointed for five years like the
Farida Rajack: So much acting I
think he deserves an emmy.
Wayne Ramnarine: INSANITY:
Keep doing the same thing over and
over expecting a different result each
Teen killed on ganja run
An 18-year-old construction worker
was shot in the head and killed
yesterday when a gunman opened
fire on the house where the teenager
went to purchase marijuana.
Jason King: If it's not suicide it's
killing in cold blood. Parents, pray for
your children all. When they sleeping
go by dey door and cover them,
declare greatness over their lives.
Aaron Gonsalves: The laws written
against marijuana have caused the
death of this boy and countless
others. Put people in prison for a plant
with so many beneficial uses. It also
continues to put money in the hands
of criminals who seek black market
substances for easy and big profits.
Shiva Maraj: Ganja is a criminal
vice....geh me d weed, good ganja
weed. It encourages violence. The day
it legalise it will be the end of the
Gail Huggins: He ain't even start to
Priyanka Nankissoon: Make it
easily available for purchase in small
recreational amounts then! It should
never be that the most dangerous
thing about this medicine is buying it!
Hosein shocked by
new role as minister
Former San Fernando Mayor Kazim
Hosein reacted in shock yesterday to
the announcement of his
appointment as a senator and
Minister of Rural Development and
Leann C Rampersad: Congrats Mr
Hosein, keep up the good work.
Robert Zacarias: "Shocked," "had
no idea this was in the works." So
they does put somebody into a
position without consulting them
first? That is very interesting.
Jamilia Wallace: I think he may do
well. I see him hard at work in the City
of San Fernando.
Congratulations Minister, go out there
and do the PNM proud. You have my
Donny Rogers: How can one be
shocked at a ministerial appointment?
Did the PM pull names out of a hat?
Politicians keep taking people for
Nicole to focus
on MP duties
Shocked by news that their MP
Nicole Olivierre got sacked as Energy
Minister, several residents of La Brea
hoped their MP would now devote
more time to constituency duties.
Stanley Ryan: The truth be told,
the Member of Parliament, Ms
Olivierre surrounded herself with a
number of individuals who did not
seek her welfare in the constituency.
Ryan Singh: Nicole Olivierre was in
over her head. I think out of goodwill
she got that job but wasn't really
qualified for that position. I wish her
well and now she can spend more
time with her constituents and build
herself in public life.
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