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UNC s St Joseph candidate Ian
Alleyne managed to get initially hostile
residents of Spring Valley, Mt D Or,
to put on his party T-shirts and
accompany him on a walkabout in
"I telling you the truth, Mr Alleyne,
the people don t like you up here," a
Bobo Shanti who identified himself to
Alleyne as "the honourable Priest
Shakall, a priest after the Order of
Melchizedek,", shouted after the former
Crime Watch host.
Dave Robert, another resident, com-
plained, "Is only poor people getting
wetting after wetting."
Shakall, part of a small group gath-
ered in front of Stephen Rivers shop,
had earlier told the T&T Guardian that
neither Alleyne nor any other politician
could help the people of the small com-
munity off the Eastern Main Road,
which has been associated with crime
They did not know Alleyne was doing
a walkabout in the area as part of his
election campaign for Monday s St
Joseph by-election. Other members of
the group said they were traditional
supporters of the PNM.
A green-band maxi taxi brought a
small group of supporters from
Chaguanas and some expressed fear of
At exactly what point Mt D Or res-
idents had a change of heart was not
clear but Alleyne went ahead with his
walkabout, with a music truck blasting
Out of nowhere, a band of young
men from the area appeared wearing
yellow UNC jerseys, mostly on their
The rain came down but that did
not stop Alleyne, who continued to
walk with a handful of supporters, while
the rest sheltered.
The large umbrella over his head did
not prevent him from getting soaked.
He walked from point to point in
Spring Valley, at times stopping in the
middle of the road in the rain, water
streaming past his feet, and consulting
with a contractor.
Robert, who had earlier shouted to
Alleyne that he was only "wetting"
poor people, stood with a group of
UNC supporters under a bus shed, a
yellow jersey slung across his shoul-
"We have to come out and offer
whatever support we could, no matter
what," he told the T&T Guardian.
After his walkabout, Alleyne said he
had never seen so much poverty before.
He added: "Infrastructure in the area
"I have already started to make phone
calls and things are happening.
"We identified several projects and
I asked the contractor to ensure the
young men in the area get work."
Alleyne, who also visited the St
Joseph Government Primary School
earlier in the day, said he had so far
started over 20 projects in St Joseph.
Deyalsingh says he
is committed to do
all he can to ensure
victory in Monday s
St Joseph by-elec-
tion despite polls
showing he was
favoured to win the
walked the con-
stituency on Quarry
Road, San Juan, on
He was accompa-
nied by a small
group of PNM sup-
ingh said he was
determined to con-
duct a clean cam-
paign and to do all
he could to ensure
bility and good gov-
ernance be returned
to St Joseph.
was called after
Speaker Wade Mark
declared the seat
vacant after Herbert
Mark of his decision
in July to resign
from the UNC on
whose ticket he was
elected in 2010.
ensure victory but it
would remain secret
as he did not want
to give any advan-
tage to his oppo-
will be clean Change of heart during
Alleyne's walk in St Joseph
UNC St Joseph candidate Ian Alleyne speaks to workmen at the St Joseph
Government Primary School during yesterday's visit. PHOTO: MARCUS GONZALES
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