In the shadow of Bussa – Barbados’ Opposition continue to push for removal of Housing Minister over Coverley contract
The Hon. Mia Amor Mottley, Barbados’ Opposition Leader continues her case for Michael Lashley to resign as Minister of Housing, she lists further details of the deal struck between NHC & Jada Construction in a devastating slide presentation; Ex-PM Owen Arthur looks at the Pierhead hotel fiasco as orchestrated by D’Arcy Boyce where excessive spending raises more questions than solves issues.
Meanwhile, former Upper Chamber member Kerrie Symmonds lambastes the DLP’s Lashley for brokering a contract with Jada that “rapes” Barbados, yet with Symmonds including race or size in his foaming invective, makes some wonder is it conducive to the plight of fair comment?
Co-Chair of the night’s session Santia Bradshaw says she gets more calls from unemployed Bajans each day… Plus a Reminder of a Panel Discussion at 7:00 pm on Wednesday 8th Sept 2010 at Mangrove Labour College with Clyde Mascoll, Lindsay Holder & Dr Avinash Persaud about “Surviving a Global Recession – Mistakes Made & Lessons Learnt: The Way Forward“.