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Tuesday, April 17, 2018
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ANNUAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS OF PRESTIGE HOLDINGS
LIMITED (“the Company”) will be held at No. 22 London Street, Port of Spain on Wednesday 25 April
2018 at 11:00 a.m . for the following purposes:-
1. To receive and consider the Audited Financial Statements of the Company and its subsidiaries for the
year ended 30 November 2017 together with the Reports of the Directors and Auditors thereon.
2. To declare a final dividend of twenty (20) cents per common share.
3. To re-elect Mr. Kurt Miller a Director of the Company in accordance with paragraph 4.5 of By-Law No.
1 of the Company for the term from the date of his election until the close of the third Annual Meeting
of the Company following his election, subject always to earlier termination under paragraph 4.8.1 of
By-Law No. 1.
4. To re-appoint Messrs. PricewaterhouseCoopers as the Auditors of the Company to hold office until the
close of the next Annual Meeting.
Dated: 28 March, 2018.
By Order of the Board
Nos. 47-49 Sackville Street,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad, West Indies.
1. No service contracts were entered into between the Company (or any of its subsidiaries) and any of
their respective directors.
2. The Directors of the Company have not fixed a record date for the determination of shareholders
who are entitled to receive notice of the Annual Meeting. In accordance with Section 111(a)(i) of the
Companies Act, Chapter. 81:01, the statutory record date applies. Only shareholders on record at the
close of business on 27 March, 2018, the date immediately preceding the day on which the Notice is
given, are therefore entitled to receive Notice of the Annual Meeting. A list of such shareholders will be
available for examination by shareholders at the Company’s Registered Office at Nos. 47-49 Sackville
Street, Port of Spain during usual business hours and at the Annual Meeting.
3. A shareholder entitled to attend and vote at the Annual Meeting is entitled to appoint one or more
proxies to attend and vote instead of him/her. A proxy need not be a shareholder. A Proxy Form is
attached. Please complete and sign same in accordance with the Notes on the Proxy Form and then
deposit same at the Registered Office of the Company, not more than 48 hours before the time appointed
for the holding of the Annual Meeting.
4. A shareholder that is a body corporate may, in lieu of appointing a proxy, authorize an individual by
resolution of its directors or of its governing body to represent it at the Annual Meeting.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
The 2017 Annual Report has been published on the Company’s website at www.phl-tt.com
Parking is available at the Parkade on Edward Street, Port of Spain
One of the six police officers charged with mur-
dering three friends from Moruga in 2011 has been
given the green light to sue the Office of the Di-
rector of Public Prosecutions (DPP) over delays in
starting their trial.
On Friday, High Court judge Ronnie Boodoos-
ingh granted lawyers representing PC Safraz
Juman leave to pursue his judicial review claim
over the failure of the DPP’s Office to file an indict-
ment against him and his colleagues since the end
of their preliminary inquiry, almost five years ago.
The filing of the indictment after the inquiry is
required to allow for the case to listed on the trial
list in the High Court.
It does not guarantee an early trial date as there
is already a backlog of cases that have been filed
and are awaiting trail dates.
Juman is complaining that the delay is affecting
his ability to present his defence as his defence
witnesses are either seriously ill or in the process
According to his application, Juman is question-
ing why the indictment has not been filed after
they were committed to stand trial at the end of
their preliminary inquiry in Princes Town Magis-
trates’ Court on July 15, 2013.
Usually the process takes between two to three
years as there are delays in depositions from wit-
nesses in preliminary inquires being prepared and
sent to the DPP’s Office, to be filed along with the
In his lawsuit, Juman’s lawyers noted that the
depositions were sent in September 2015 and were
collected by DPP Roger Gapsard, SC, who is per-
sonally prosecuting the case.
Alana Duncan, 27, of Duncan Village, San Fer-
nando, Kerron Eccles, 29, and 20-year-old Abigail
Johnson, both of St Mary’s Village, Moruga, were
killed on July 22, 2011.
The friends were driving in Duncan’s vehicle
when it was stopped by police at the corner of Ro-
chard Douglas Road and Guness Trace Junction in
Initial reports claimed that the friends shot at
police, who returned fire.
Sgt Khemraj Sahadeo and PCs Renaldo Reviero,
Glenn Singh, Roger Nicholas, Safraz Juman, An-
tonio Ramadin and Clement were eventually
charged with the murders.
The charge against Clement was eventually
dropped after she agreed to testify against her
former colleagues of the San Fernando Robbery
The friends’ relatives have filed a wrongful
death case against the State seeking $2 million in
compensation for each family.
When the case came up for trial in February, the
State failed to call any witnesses to defend the mul-
ti-million negligence claim.
Three police officers have ap-
peared in court charged with as-
saulting and kidnapping a man
from Diego Martin last year.
Cpl Kevin Nurse and PCs Kevin
Cassie and Kevin De Freitas ap-
peared before Magistrate Nanette
Forde-John in the Port-of-Spain
Magistrates’ Court on four crim-
inal charges which arose out of
their arrest of Nicolas Owens in
November last year.
The trio was charged with as-
sault occasioning actual bodily
harm, kidnapping, false imprison-
ment and misbehaviour in public
office. They were not called upon
to plead to the charges which
were laid indictably.
During the hearing, Forde-John
certified the bail that they had re-
ceived from a Justice of the Peace
after being charged by detectives
of the Professional Standards Bu-
reau (PSB) over the weekend.
Court prosecutors requested
that conditions be placed on their
bail, requiring their colleagues to
periodically report to the nearest
police stations to their homes for
the duration of their case.
Their attorneys, Kirk Hogan,
Criston Williams and Christian
Chandler objected as they pointed
out that the request was illogical
as they are still serving members
of the Police Service.
Forde-John is expected to make
a determination on the issue
when the case comes up for hear-
ing again tomorrow.
During that hearing, prosecu-
tors are expected to begin dis-
closing the evidence against the
officers as required under the
new Criminal Procedure Rules.
The charges arose out of an in-
cident near Owens’ home at La
Puerta, Diego Martin on Novem-
ber 5, last year.
The officers, who were all last
assigned to the Western Division
Task Force, reportedly went to
the community to arrest another
resident and became involved in
a confrontation with Owens.
He was arrested and charged
with resisting arrest, obstruction
and using obscene language.
After receiving bail, Owens re-
ported the incident to the PSB
and allegedly provided video foot-
age of the incident captured by a
neighbour’s CCTV cameras.
While the charges were laid on
the officers based on the fact that
Owens’ arrest was deemed unlaw-
ful, he is still facing the charges
which were initially laid against
The T&T Guardian understands
that the charges will be dismissed
by the Office of the Director of
Public Prosecutions when Owens
reappears in court on July 3.
Owens is expected to file a civil
lawsuit for assault and battery,
malicious prosecution and false
imprisonment against the State
Three cops charged with assault, kidnapping
of Moruga killings
sues DPP over delay
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