Sunday, 19 August 2018 17:44

MSJ Leader Says Prime Minister Apologised Too Late

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Political Leader of the Movement for Social Justice, David Abdullah says the Prime Minister showed poor leadership by not immediately apologising for the skit at the PNM family day last weekend.  

At a media conference held at the party's headquarters on Sunday, Mr Abdullah said the situation should have been handled earlier.

The MSJ leader also said the actions of both political parties the PNM and UNC does not do well for governing the country.

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