Trinidad and Tobago celebrated 39 years as a Republic nation on Thursday but there was one Steel Band who took the opportunity to celebrate its 75 years of existence.
The People's National Movement (PNM) wishes to categorically deny a report in today's Guardian newspaper in which one of its suspended members, Ms Christine Levia is alleged to have stated that she was invited to the official opening of Parliament by Political Leader and Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley.
Among the statements made by Mr. Paolo Kernahan in his article headlined “All eyes on the Gov’t…and Opposition, published in the Trinidad Guardian dated Saturday September 19th, 2015, was that “Many are waiting to see what Attorney General Faris Al Rawi does regarding the extradition papers for fallen Fifa Vice President, Jack Warner”. Mr. Kernahan continued that “It is public knowledge that the PNM signed a Memorandum of Understanding with ILP during the Campaign.”
Protesting residents of Wellington Road in Debe are asking the current PNM administration for leniency as they say they are unhappy with the treatment they received from the Housing Development Corporation (HDC).