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MX PRIME DEDICATES WIN TO SON
Four years ago, MX Prime (Edghill
Thomas) stood in the Port-of-Spain
Hospital looking down at his new-
born baby boy, Xavi.
"I said, 'Oh general' and his eyes
shifted and he looked at me as if he
knew who I was.
"I came home and sat on the porch
and knew what I had to do; excel at
what I was doing."
Jean V Alexander: Congratula-
tions keep the faith!
Ayesha Jordan: And we know that
all things work together for good to
them that love God, to them who are
the called according to his purpose.
Madonna Brandon: Prime, your
voice also had a lot to do with the
success of the song!...as my granny
always used to tell us "what is for
you, no one can take it away." To
quote a line from Machel song....
"this is your time now!" Blessings
Shamila Mohammed: Dis was
road March from DAY1....Congrat-
ulations to MX Prime n his team for
their grand achievement...
Grace Clarke: Congrats MX
Prime. This is a well deserved victory.
Continue to do your thing guys, there
are more greatness for you all.....We
jamming still...Great song.
Verdine Mc Intosh: Beautiful
interview with all correct respons-
es... A man with God in his heart...
Well Done... Congratulations!!! MX
Prime & Team...May God continue to
direct your steps to bigger and better
things...in Jesus name...Amen.
Veera's baptism in Carnival
"Don't let your disability hold you
back. Enjoy life and make the best of
it."This was the message from
28-year-old Veera Bhajan, who was
born without arms, to people who
saw their disability as a form of lim-
itation. Bhajan has overcome many
challenges despite being born with-
Cheena Bidaisee: Beautiful in
every way. You are a free spirit; live
your life to the fullest be an example.
Go, my child.
Melina Hutchinson: She is beau-
tiful and educated, a great combina-
Anessa Simone Hamilton: She
really is an inspiration.. Used to see
her on campus...
Annie Deleon: Whatever you set
your mind to do you can do it and you
have not let anything keep you back
from achieving your goals. KUDOS
to you my dear, you are a POSITIVE
Danny Da Vito: An inspiration to
all of us. Veera you should start doing
inspirational talks to motivate today's
Nicky Lovell: Trinidad needs
more young people like her with pos-
itive spirits and not vanity. The coun-
try will be much better.
Police report drop in
The T&T Police Service (TTPS)
announced an 11 per cent reduction
in serious crimes during this year's
Acting Deputy Commissioner of
Police Deodat Dulalchan made the
announcement while addressing re-
porters at the TTPS's post-Carnival
press briefing at Police Administra-
tion building, in Port-of-Spain.
Raj Sum: Not only can police of-
ficers make up laws on the spot, they
can also alter reality now ....amazing
. ...Funny how police seem to know
everything except how to deal with
Scott Singh: They do have to re-
port something, I do like how they
changed the person reporting the
statistics. Salute Asst Commissioner
Melina Hutchinson: Some peo-
ple are sounding as if they are sorry
there is a drop in crime. Your colour
If you cry because
the sun has gone out
of your life, your
tears will prevent
you from seeing the
Members of the Ultimate Rejects and MX Prime, right, perform their smash hit Full Extreme on Carnival Tuesday.
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