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Wednesday, 22 November 2017 15:34

Stop Playing Politics With UTT

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The Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union is not happy with the response by the University of Trinidad and Tobago as it relates to the plans for the institution and its workers.

On Wednesday, the union, the Minister of Education and officials from UTT met to discuss the University's future, but it seemed information requested by the union from the institution was not as forthcoming.

Rishi Harrynanan has more.

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