The Movement for Social Justice often comments on issues of national importance. Yesterday the party held a press conference in which it addressed a number of issues - the arrest of Former Attorney General Anand Ramlogan - as you heard earlier in our show - the drama over the appointment of a New Minister of Public Utilities Robert Le Hunte - and of course - government's retrenchment of us here at CNMG to resort to the brand - TTT. Political Leader of the MSJ - David Abdullah spoke with us on Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago today.
It's band launch season! K2K Alliance and Partners is known for its unique style of blending fashion with culture in their designs. Some say they're a cut above the rest. They're three-time Medium Band Winners - going for a fourth in 2018 - with We Stand United. Twins and co founders - Karen and Kathy Norman spoke with us on this year’s theme.
Ashworth Jack has been involved in the politics of Tobago for some time. He was the last Minority Leader before the PNM swept the election a few years ago and controlled the Assembly House 12-nil. Recent events have however brought him back to the fore; we spoke to him today on Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago.
There's a Dass Trace Youth Empowerment Group trying to influence the lives of the youth in the area positively. They've got support in businessman and President of the Single fathers Association - Rhondall Feeles. We spoke to Feeles and the President of the Dass Trace Youth Empowerment Committee Justin Lewis.
Attorney Keith Scotland says he is in support of the move by the government to go to the court next week to get an interpretation summons as a means of resolving the 53 part-heard matters left by former chief magistrate Marcia Ayers Caesar. Scotland has seven clients who were affected when Ayers Caesar was promoted to a high court judge and later resigned and hence he said he is an interested party in the matter. We spoke to him on Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago today.
Cathy-Ann Edwards-Arthur, the co-founder of The Jah Heart Foundation and Joel Bailey of the House of Siete, speak about their upcoming event En Soleil 'GRILLED'. Part proceeds from the event will go to The Jah Heart Foundation, a non-profit organization founded in 2009 that is dedicated to raising awareness for children diagnosed with cerebral palsy in Trinidad and Tobago.
Camille Selvon-Abrahams the head of the University of Trinidad and Tobago’s Animation Department and Brandon Phillip a student of the department speak about UTT’s Toon Market. During the University’s Toon Market student screening will feature a variety of themes, from a Panda’s love story, to a mother’s adventure in combing her daughter’s hair – funny, quirky animated pieces which represent the students’ stories and experiences over their two (2) years enrolled in UTT’s Diploma in Animation Studies programme.