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• THE IMPORTANCE OF AUDITING IN
• AUDITING AS A PROFESSION
• INTERNAL & EXTERNAL MONITORING
• OTHER TYPES OF MONITORING
• AUDIT MONITORING & TECHNIQUES
• MUCH MORE
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Stay down, Desalcott
During the time that Desalcott was
allegedly down, there were no water
woes. No one complained about
a lack of water. It was business as
It means two things: Wasa’s effi-
ciency is increasing and Desalcott is
not vital but political.
A country like T&T does not need
a desal plant because of our aver-
age rainfall. All WASA has to do is
fix their leaks. WASA’s problem is
not generation but distribution—first
primer utility efficiency.
Desalcott, stay down.
Tax on gaming encouraging whe whe
As a result of recent
measures taken by the
Minister of Finance,
Colm Imbert as regards
the gaming industry,
while I agree that the
industry needs to be
regularised it is my view
that the tax structure, as
stated in the budget pres-
entation, is very harsh
Should no amend-
ment be made I can
clearly see the demise of
However, my main
concern is what is the
government doing to
eradicate the “whe whe”
tax on the gaming indus-
try will only encourage
punters to gravitate in-
creasingly towards the il-
legal “whe whe” system.
Every corner of this
beautiful island has in-
stances of the Chinese
community, as well as
some locals, heavily
involved in the illegal
Imagine these Chinese
immigrants can’t even
talk the English lan-
guage, not sure if they
are even in the country
So, I ask, where is the
patriotism in this coun-
try when officers who
took the oath to “pro-
tect and serve” protects
those outlets during
their off-duty days?
My response and ad-
vice is to look at the
gaming industry with a
proper tax structure that
will benefit both parties
As such, I look forward
to a workable solution in
the best interest of the
Prison officers: Give us
what we need
Acting Prisons Commissioner
William Alexander says what-
ever action is needed to pro-
tect the lives of his colleagues
should be taken, even if that
means arming them with guns
while off duty.
Lynda Lamont: Stop being
friends n do ur job.
Betty Motilal: They could save
their own life and the lives of oth-
ers. Great idea, if murderers and
bandits could arm themselves
why not officials?
Betty Felix I agree with you,
give them gun so they can make
extra money by renting the guns
out went they low on cash.
Randy Moon And what about
other citizens? We have to riot
and shut down d country to get
Richi Rich So the law abiding
citizens and business owners they
don’t need license firearms too?
Their lives are under threat every
land deals above
Former Planning and Devel-
opment Minister Dr Bhoe Tew-
arie was adamant yesterday
that “not a single square foot
of land in Chaguaramas” was
given away during his tenure.
George McPherson What
about the land at Invaders Bay?
Did Mr Raymond ever get the in-
formation that he was prevented
from getting about the people of
T&T’s land? Same thing, just a lit-
tle further down the coast.
Avi Nash The lands I remember
was the gardeners’ who was fight-
ing PNM for cause. They wanted
to move them from the land so
that maybe the only poor ppl on
that end would be on Alcoa side.
Police are now hunting for the
driver who never stopped after
he ran into Kimchan Roopnar-
ine and Patricia Ali in Penal on
Sunday night, killing them on
Shairoon Ali So sad condo-
lences to their family and friends
from Orlando, Florida. RIP.
Zeriam Kobayashi This is why
you walk on the side of oncoming
traffic so can at least see and have
a chance. So sad.
Mitchell, Moonilal spar
over Victoria Keyes
A war of words is brewing
between Housing Minister
Randall Mitchell and predeces-
sor Dr Roodal Moonilal over
the Victoria Keys housing pro-
ject. It has to do with cost of
the project and Government’s
decision to put 48 of the units
at the posh apartment com-
plex under the ‘Rent to Own’
Melina Hutchinson Moonie,
the only keys you need to worry
about are the “turnkeys”.
Jake Simms Lies, corruption
and fraud never ends.. Hate to see
people wrangling over govt hous-
ing. So low-class.
John W Smith Another scam
to put the party supporters in
plush living environment that
they cannot adapt to. It will be a
Cop on duty
charged with DUI
A Special Reserve Police of-
ficer who responded to a re-
port of a shooting in Siparia
on Saturday driving a police
vehicle, was instead arrested
and charged after he allegedly
failed a breathalyser test.
Joel Carter Police officer
charging them own.
Valerie Wong Bostic What a
Florentino Lesaldo Breds..
yuh know we lovers of alcohol
hattuh stick together...call KPB,
she’ll understand the pickle ur
in...good luck Bro... you was just
doing what you were trained to
do and probably meant well...
Buried in poverty
In a rickety one-bedroom
house, perched on top of a
hill at Quevador Circular, East
Port-of-Spain, the Joseph fam-
ily lives in abject poverty.
Carol Khan Social Welfare of-
ficials should get involved in this
matter, especially in the inter-
est of the children, who will un-
doubtedly grow up illiterate, and
in need of life lessons. The end
result will surely result in history
repeating itself, multiplied by ten.
Elea Lendore POVERTY
breeds babies. You comment-
ers are amazing, you know. The
man is already maxed out with
stress and you guys beating him
to a pulp. What ever happened to
compassion? Peace, love unity?
Aren’t we our brother’s keeper?
Prisons Commissioner William Alexander.
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