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GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
MINISTRY OF NATIONAL SECURITY
The Youth Training Centre (YTC) is a penal institution that forms an integral part of the Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service. In response to the need to continue to provide
KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
• Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to
meet the young offenders' varying needs and interests
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING
Supervise young offenders during activities by establishing and
enforcing rules for behaviour
Director, Human Resources
Ministry of National Security
10-14 Phillip Street, Port of Spain, Trinidad, West Indies
Tel: 623-7070/FAX: 624-6017
Closing date for applications is July 10, 2017.
UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED
CAREER OPPORTUNITY [contract]
HAZEL WILSON- FRANCIS
Having made sworn declaration that the
Demerara Life Assurance Company of
Trinidad and Tobago Limited, Policy No.
T20525 on the life of HAZEL WILSON-
FRANCIS, has been lost and having made
Application to the Company for a dupli-
cate, notice is hereby given that unless
any objection is raised within one month
of the date thereof, the duplicate policy
requested will be issued.
The real group then hit to stage to sing Can You
Stand the Rain and Mr Telephone Man. The ac-
tors later joined New Edition for If It Isn't Love.
Girl group Xscape, set to launch a new real-
ity show on Bravo, reunited at the BET Awards
and sang the popular hits Just Kickin' It, Un-
derstanding and Who Can I Run To? The crowd
was in awe, singing along and filming the per-
formance with their phones.
Bruno Mars, whose new album was heavily
inspired by '90s R&B, also shone Sunday. He and
Beyonce tied for video of the year---the top prize
but not televised---with their hits 24K Magic and
Sorry. Mars also won best male R&B/pop artist
and kicked off the show with a fun and funky
performance of the song, Perm.
"To the fans, you know I love you. My first
BET Award," he screamed.
Kendrick Lamar surprised the audience when
he performed with Future and won best male
hip hop artist. He gave a shout-out to fellow
nominee Chance the Rapper, who earned the
humanitarian award at the age of 24.
Chance also won best new artist and best
In a taped message, Michelle Obama honored
Chance, who has raised US$2 million dollars for
Chicago public schools. The former First Lady
said she and Barack Obama knew Chance "since
he was a baby rapper."
"Chance is showing our young people that
they matter," she said. "Because of you, count-
less young people will grow up believing in
Beyonce, who reportedly had her twins earlier
this month though she hasn't commented on the
topic, was the top nominee with seven. When
it was announced that she won the viewer's
choice award, Chloe x Halle---the young duo
signed to Beyonce---recited a speech given to
them from the pop star. Queen Bey was the big
winner with five, also taking home album of
the year for Lemonade, best female R&B/pop
artist and video director of the year for Sorry.
Solange, Beyonce's younger sister, also had a
big night: She won the Centric award and called
Sunday "the best birthday ever" (she turned 31
"My arm pits are sweating so much right now,"
said Solange, who thanked BET for showing her
"queens" like Aaliyah, Missy Elliott, Erykah
Badu and others during her teenage years.
Solange held a moment of silence later on,
and the show also honored some of the minor-
ities who died at the hands of police officers,
including Trayvon Martin, Philando Castile,
Eric Garner and others.
Other winners included gospel rapper Lec-
rae and Migos, who took home best group. The
hip-hop trio also won over the audience with its
performances of the hits Bad and Boujee, T-Shirt
and Congratulations, with Post Malone. Chance
the Rapper, and his mom, danced during the
long set; as did Queen Latifah, Cardi B., Stranger
Things actor Caleb McLaughlin and actress Yara
Shahidi, who won the YoungStars award.
Though most of the performances were up-
beat, others charmed with slower songs: Tamar
Braxton and Maxwell gave vocally impressive
performances, and Mary J Blige sang songs from
Strength of a Woman, her recent album that
includes emotional tunes about her divorce.
"Mary J got that break up body. Whoa,"
screamed Jamie Foxx, who presented an award
after Blige's performance.
Leslie Jones of Saturday Night Live hosted
the four-hour show. El DeBarge and Kamasi
Washignton performed Careless Whisper in
honor George Michael, who died last year on
Christmas Day, while Janelle Monae collabo-
rator Roman GianArthur excitedly sang Johnny
B Goode in tribute to Chuck Berry, who died
New York rapper Prodigy, who died last week,
was remembered in words by his Mobb Deep
partner Havoc and Lil Kim, who appeared on
the remix of the memorable Mobb Deep hit,
Former BET executive Stephen Hill, who the
network said was stepping down in March, was
praised throughout the night with kind words
from Mars and Bobby Brown. (AP)
Michelle Obama honours rapper Chance
Continued from Page A27
Yara Shahidi, winner of the young stars
Keith Powers, from the cast of The New
Edition Story, performs at the BET Awards.
Offset, from left, Quavo and Takeoff, of
Migos, accept the award for best group at the
DJ Khaled performs I'm The One while holding
his son Asahd at the BET Awards.
Tamika Mallory, winner of the shine a light award.
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