Education Minister of Barbados dismisses claims all Schools in island to be renamed

After all that trouble to have this plaque made, these guys would look stupid – but can Freundel awaken in his memories an avid DEM supporter who’s a Kolij man apart from Donville Inniss or Richard Sealy, each of whom is in Health & Tourism respectively?

In Barbadian Social Media arenas like Facebook and BlackBerry Instant Messenger, there have been suggestions that St Michael Secondary, along with Harrison College and Foundation in Christ Church would be renamed in a sweeping reform to capitalise on upcoming elections, especially after Garrison Secondary was just changed to Graydon Sealy Secondary and a similar fate applies to St Lucy Secondary.

There is a growing fear among some Bajans, both black and white, that schools like Foundation, Harrison College or St Michael {DEPICTED HEREFILE IMAGE WAS SUBMITTED EVER SINCE AND UNUSED ‘TIL NOW} would have a name-change as DLP, if subjected to 1 term in Elections (which will get called eventually, we hope), will have their imprint on Barbados in such a manner as to frustrate the next Gov’t should it not be their own yet again…

After the debut of local film “Chrissy” at the Olympus by Sheraton Mall, Bajan Reporter saw Ronald Jones, the Education Minister at the launch and decided to see where the rumours went and this is Ronald Jones’ official response he says there’s a difference between Bequeathed schools and schools which are created by Communities… (THE LIGHT IS A BIT DIM no pun nor jokes intended BUT THE AUDIO IS EXCELLENT)

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