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DAD DELIVERS MIRACLE BABY
In an unexpected twist of events,
33-year-old Kwame Regis was forced
to deliver his own baby boy at home,
a feat which has left him and his
common-law wife, Doreen Roopa,
calling newborn Ezekiel a "miracle
Shay Clarke: Some great news.
Garth Brierly: Thank goodness.
Congrats to everyone involved.
Nicole Glasgow: Oh lawd, a good
report today; so happy for the proud
parents and happy for Trinidad to-
day... no bad news. We need more
Ragna Lothbrook: For once the
front page never looked so good. God
Linda Tracey: Congratulations
to mommy and daddy. New life is a
gift from Almighty God, don't take
it lightly. Blessings to you both. Job
well done dad, thumbs up to you.
Barbs And-Me Allong: So beau-
tiful. Blessings to your family.
A Ni Ta Seecharan: Great job dad
Joisanne Cornwall Good father.
Blessings, blessings, blessings to you
and your family.
Anais Elias Aww this is a beauti-
ful story ... I admire that man.
June Dyer: Congrats dad, you did
Ruby Edwards: Congratulations.
Great job daddy. God bless
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The trial of a novel lawsuit by a
group of homeless people who are
challenging the Port-of-Spain City
Corporation's decision to fence and
gate Tamarind Square ended yester-
Maliah Alexander: A proper
homeless shelter with amenities. But
these people cannot expect to live in
a public park. The fact that this even
reach this far is a joke.
Marc Faces: Isn't the city wrong
for fencing and locking a public
space? Aren't they citizens of Trini-
dad and Tobago?
Visesh Lall: This just goes to
show the kind of utter stupidity that
this country is based on. How can
they possibly have rights to the park,
it is a public area... hmm
Rakie Lewis: Trinidad needs to
invest in more accommodations for
the homeless point blank. For those
of you speaking negatively, I'm sure
you never walked a day. I'm a home-
less so please have a heartand be
more empathetic and sympathetic.
Since this could also be you in the
very near future. Be empathetic &
sympathetic. Since this could also be
you in the very near future
Recalda Luces: Yes, I want to
know who is running the country
please. Come on, tell these people an
their lawyers to get a life! The park
there as a child. Clean up the City,
Mr Mayor. Who is ruling who? You
put ur foot down! The government
letting everybody' rule them.
tanks in Marac
Over 200 residents of the com-
munity of Marac, Moruga have lived
their entire lives without a pipe-
borne water supply.
Dalip Jairam: What happened to
the desalination plant in La Lune?
Lisa Francis: Those folks like that
life. Who is their MP? What a shame
in this new era.
Kathleen Gonzalez: Terrible,
disgraceful, unsanitary! Please help
these poor people.
Tariq Abdul-Haqq: But Marac
has its own desalination plant set
up between Marac and La Lune. Is it
non-functional now that WASA is
Aaron S Julien Jr: So why these
people ent stage a protest? Am living
in La Lune, one minute away from
Marac and we does get pipe line wa-
ter for three and a half days straight
every week, and them ent saying
nothing how long now. Them have
to be the most comfortable people I
Aaron Ramdial: Imagine there is
still tanks for houses to share.
Kernisha Leben: This is a lie, my
grandfather lives Moruga and he has
of Mayaro school
The indefinite suspension of
principal Andy Paul over an alleged
bullying incident at the Mayaro Gov-
ernment Primary School has been
condemned by several stakeholders
in the education system.
Emmanuel George: We ask for
accountability and whenever we get
it there is a problem.
Margaret Charles: He is being
used as a scapegoat, he isn't the one
that set laws in place. Go after them.
A school is an educational institution
whereby children attend and after a
period of time, they are equipped to
face society. They took away parents
rights for preparing their children for
this environment, now you all want
to hold the principal accountable for
this kind of problem. Not a fair deal
to me. Are we going backward all the
time like that?
take part during La
Pasion del Senor
week ahead of the
of processions will
be take place
during the Easter
Holy Week next
week. AP PHOTO
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PASSION OF THE CHRIST
Proud parents, Kwame Regis and Doreen Roopa admire their son Ezekiel at
their Mary Street, Aranguez home on Monday. Ezekiel was delivered by his
father at their home last Wednesday. PHOTO: AYANNA KINSALE
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