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Re: PNM In Gov't

Postby Habit7 » May 20th, 2024, 2:35 pm

Just be a big man and admit you were talking filth. Otherwise what you are doing is childish.

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Re: PNM In Gov't

Postby pugboy » May 20th, 2024, 2:53 pm

just be a big man and watch your leader(from 1:07) say what i said he said which is in contradiction with what you preaching

Habit7 wrote:Just be a big man and admit you were talking filth. Otherwise what you are doing is childish.

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Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby mero » May 20th, 2024, 4:09 pm

Pugboy u real fail dey. Not even zoom helping you smear that sheit you flinging.

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Re: PNM In Gov't

Postby Habit7 » May 20th, 2024, 5:10 pm

alfa wrote:You must be a different shade of special if you interprete all the previous posts to say that the FUL policy was changed.

You jumping in like a Wednesday, but just as he made the unjustified claim of "protectionist policies of the govt to their voters" he also made the unjustified claim that the FUL policy was changed. The issuance of FULs are governed by the Firearms Act which says nothing of the PM controlling who gets approved. So I was responding to pugboy who keeps claiming Rowley said he changed the policy despite the fact there is no evidence of this.

Try and keep up.
pugboy wrote:rowley is on video saying he controls how many approved fuls get to proceeed

don’t some with no stupidness

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Re: PNM In Gov't

Postby zoom rader » May 21st, 2024, 7:45 am

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alfa wrote:You must be a different shade of special if you interprete all the previous posts to say that the FUL policy was changed.

You jumping in like a Wednesday, but just as he made the unjustified claim of "protectionist policies of the govt to their voters" he also made the unjustified claim that the FUL policy was changed. The issuance of FULs are governed by the Firearms Act which says nothing of the PM controlling who gets approved. So I was responding to pugboy who keeps claiming Rowley said he changed the policy despite the fact there is no evidence of this.

Try and keep up.
pugboy wrote:rowley is on video saying he controls how many approved fuls get to proceeed

don’t some with no stupidness
It is well known unofficially that Rowlee has the final say on who gets FUL.

The CoP is just a pnm puppet.

If u believe otherwise then u a bigger jackarse as everyone here on tuner knows

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby pugboy » May 21st, 2024, 7:52 am

no so according the the lackey here
he says official policy is only commish
doh mind rowlee on video record stating otherwise yet he refuse to acknowledge that video

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby Habit7 » May 21st, 2024, 8:30 am

pugboy wrote:no so according the the lackey here
he says official policy is only commish
doh mind rowlee on video record stating otherwise yet he refuse to acknowledge that video

You refuse to tell us where in the 2hr video he said because you are lying.

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby pugboy » May 21st, 2024, 8:49 am

i have repeatedly stated the time spot of the video to go to hear your leader saying so

including on posts which YOU you have replied to
so clearly you trying to play stupid and ignorant

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby maj. tom » May 21st, 2024, 2:51 pm

Minister slams Williamsville residents: By protesting what is it going to achieve?
https://www.guardian.co.tt/news/minister-slams-williamsville-residents-by-protesting-what-is-it-going-to-achieve-6.2.2005746.af7107d89e

As residents of Ben Lomond, Williamsville beat empty buckets and water bottles in a raucous morning protest yesterday demanding water, Public Utilities Minister Marvin Gonzales questioned what protesting would achieve. He said it was well known that T&T is facing a 36 million gallon deficit of water caused by the harsh dry season. The protest began around 8 am along the Williamsville Main Road, where a $3 million pipeline replacement project is underway to improve the water supply.

Resident Joy Ramoutar said residents were fed up as the project was dragging on, leaving their homes shrouded in dust.

“We have been suffering in Williamsville for far too long. We were given empty promises by WASA, and even when we call to beg for water, we have not been getting any. They also messed up the road running pipes and never fixed it. We are not getting through to the WASA Call Centre. 

“This has been happening since 2022, and we are in 2024 now and have really come to the end of our patience,” Ramoutar said. She added, “It’s dust in the morning, dust in your pots, and no water, so enough is enough.” Another resident, Romero Abraham, said schools and businesses were affected by the lack of water.  

“Ninety per cent of the properties are businesses, and people cannot sustain their workers because there is no water,” he said.

Abraham noted that Ben Lomond falls within three constituencies: Naparima, Princes Town, and Tabaquite so they are not left without proper representation.

UNC councillor Vincent Ragoo, who represents Ben Lomond/Hardbargain/Williamsville, said in some places there has been no water for two years.

“We are not supposed to be begging for water in 2024. I am asking Minister Marvin Gonzales to look into this,” he added. But Minister Gonzales said WASA had already put all measures in place to treat communities impacted by the water crisis. WASA has ramped up call centre services and its water trucking. It has made known publicly the weather that we have been experiencing over the past three months,” he said. The harsh dry season and extreme heat resulted in a deficit of water. By protesting, what is it going to achieve? Will it allow WASA or the Minister of Public Utilities to make magic?

“While they protested, they had water in their taps. The pipeline replacement is a project under the Community Water Improvement Programme, which costs $3 million and is funded by the Ministry of Public Utilities.

In a statement, WASA acknowledged that it has experienced challenges recently maintaining a consistent pipe-borne water supply to customers in Ben Lomond, Ecclesville and Williamsville. It said to mitigate the impact it has been providing a truck-borne supply of water and is installing one kilometre of 12-inch diameter pipelines, from Williamsville junction to Ecclesville.

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby zoom rader » May 21st, 2024, 5:22 pm

maj. tom wrote:Minister slams Williamsville residents: By protesting what is it going to achieve?
https://www.guardian.co.tt/news/minister-slams-williamsville-residents-by-protesting-what-is-it-going-to-achieve-6.2.2005746.af7107d89e

As residents of Ben Lomond, Williamsville beat empty buckets and water bottles in a raucous morning protest yesterday demanding water, Public Utilities Minister Marvin Gonzales questioned what protesting would achieve. He said it was well known that T&T is facing a 36 million gallon deficit of water caused by the harsh dry season. The protest began around 8 am along the Williamsville Main Road, where a $3 million pipeline replacement project is underway to improve the water supply.

Resident Joy Ramoutar said residents were fed up as the project was dragging on, leaving their homes shrouded in dust.

“We have been suffering in Williamsville for far too long. We were given empty promises by WASA, and even when we call to beg for water, we have not been getting any. They also messed up the road running pipes and never fixed it. We are not getting through to the WASA Call Centre. 

“This has been happening since 2022, and we are in 2024 now and have really come to the end of our patience,” Ramoutar said. She added, “It’s dust in the morning, dust in your pots, and no water, so enough is enough.” Another resident, Romero Abraham, said schools and businesses were affected by the lack of water.  

“Ninety per cent of the properties are businesses, and people cannot sustain their workers because there is no water,” he said.

Abraham noted that Ben Lomond falls within three constituencies: Naparima, Princes Town, and Tabaquite so they are not left without proper representation.

UNC councillor Vincent Ragoo, who represents Ben Lomond/Hardbargain/Williamsville, said in some places there has been no water for two years.

“We are not supposed to be begging for water in 2024. I am asking Minister Marvin Gonzales to look into this,” he added. But Minister Gonzales said WASA had already put all measures in place to treat communities impacted by the water crisis. WASA has ramped up call centre services and its water trucking. It has made known publicly the weather that we have been experiencing over the past three months,” he said. The harsh dry season and extreme heat resulted in a deficit of water. By protesting, what is it going to achieve? Will it allow WASA or the Minister of Public Utilities to make magic?

“While they protested, they had water in their taps. The pipeline replacement is a project under the Community Water Improvement Programme, which costs $3 million and is funded by the Ministry of Public Utilities.

In a statement, WASA acknowledged that it has experienced challenges recently maintaining a consistent pipe-borne water supply to customers in Ben Lomond, Ecclesville and Williamsville. It said to mitigate the impact it has been providing a truck-borne supply of water and is installing one kilometre of 12-inch diameter pipelines, from Williamsville junction to Ecclesville.
PNM doh care bro,

Its a perceived Indo area, but has a large afro population with indo behaviours

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Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby zoom rader » May 22nd, 2024, 12:44 pm

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby aaron17 » May 22nd, 2024, 1:27 pm

that blood scandal thing real yes

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby The_Honourable » May 23rd, 2024, 6:25 pm

But ent pnm say wasa complete d wuk?

Beetham sewer issues continue

MORE than three weeks since the residents of Beetham Gardens protested over sewer lines overflowing in the area, nothing has been done to fix the problem.

The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) has remained mum on the issue.

But vice president of the community council Shaquille McIntosh said on May 16 a WASA official and a possible contractor had come to look at the problem.

McIntosh said, “They’ll have to expedite the work because of its nature and the contractor would most likely get the job, as no other contractor came.”

When Newsday asked McIntosh if Public Utilities Minister Marvin Gonzales and MP Fitzgerald Hinds had visited, he said, “No minister and no MP came.”

President of the community council Joel Lee said, “Well, it seems now that they’re showing a little more interest.

“They said to give them two weeks again to organise and for them to come back to speak with the council.”

Lee hopes a definite start date will be given, because the issue has gone on for far too long.

“At this point we’re just hoping they show us some love and let’s get this off the ground.

“I understand it’s a very technical job, but we just want to know when they’re looking to start.”

With the rainy season beginning in June, villagers who live near the canal that separates Phase One and Two will be on heightened alert.

The canal is currently filled with a mixture of debris and sewage, and overflows into nearby residents' homes.

While the sewer issue has been ongoing, according to residents, for the last five years, in late April on 24th Street, raw sewage was flowing into dozens of homes.

The residents staged a protest on May 2 asking the relevant authorities to deal with the issue.

At the protest, Andrew Joseph said, “I’ve been a resident since 1974. I’ve seen everything, from the building of the Priority Bus Route to now seeing this issue get progressively worse.

“This never used to happen in Phase Four. Now it seems like the back-up of sewage is spreading. Things looking real messy right now.

“We are asking those in authority, WASA – the main problem, we need you all to solve it.”

https://newsday.co.tt/2024/05/23/beetha ... s-continue

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby maj. tom » May 25th, 2024, 7:03 am

dem rat getting public servant backpay.

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Postby zoom rader » May 25th, 2024, 7:21 am

maj. tom wrote:dem rat getting public servant backpay.
Yep, PNM elections have to win

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby maj. tom » May 25th, 2024, 7:51 am

Prime Minister's brother dies
https://newsday.co.tt/2024/05/25/prime-ministers-brother-dies-2/

FELIX JOSEPH, 79, brother of the Prime Minister, has died.

Dr Rowley announced his death on May 23 during his opening remarks at the conversations with the Prime Minister at the Scarborough Library, Tobago.
He said he was also in Tobago to participate in the Prime Minister’s charity golf tournament at the Magdalena Grand Beach

“I also came to see my very sick brother, who passed away this evening (May 23). So there are a lot of things happening,” he told the audience, which included several Cabinet ministers as well as PNM Tobago Council political leader Ancil Dennis.


UNC upset as PM missing sitting due to brother's death
https://www.guardian.co.tt/news/unc-upset-as-pm-missing-sitting-due-to-brothers-death-6.2.2010465.6a62086427

The Opposition UNC complained in Parliament yesterday when Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley was not present to reply to Opposition questions which were scheduled for reply in the monthly segment of Prime Minister's Questions.

"It's unacceptable - this is a mockery of (the Parliament's) Standing Orders!" UNC Whip David Lee deemed the situation.

Yesterday was the second sitting for the month - the time normally scheduled for a prime minister to answer questions from the Opposition. Eight questions were listed for Rowley to answer.

These included the completion of the Strategic Services Agency (SSA) audit and its intelligence gathering capability, queries on the Police Service Commission's contract extension of CoP Erla Harewood-Christopher, including the criteria used to inform Cabinet's extension decision; evaluation of the impact of crime on Tobago tourism and queries on the start of the Reliance Group-funded cricket academy and jobs arising from Rowley's Ghana trip.

Rowley wasn't seen in the Parliament and when the time for replies came, Leader of Government Business Camille Robinson-Regis asked for the questions to be deferred.

"The Prime Minister is not here today," she added.

Lee questioned if it would be deferred to another sitting or later in yesterday's sitting.

Robinson-Regis said it would not have been later in yesterday's sitting, "as the Prime Minister will not be here today".

Lee asked if Prime Minister's questions would be done at the next upcoming sitting.

Robinson-Regis replied," Yes, it will be to another sitting when we have Prime Minister's Questions."

But Lee said, "It cannot be for the next month! Is it to the next sitting that we'll have Prime Minister's questions, as this is unacceptable, Madame Speaker. We could do Prime Minister's questions ...we could have done it virtually - we've done it before. It's unacceptable."

Robinson-Regis said when Prime Minister's Questions were done virtually before, it was because of the Prime Minister's illness at the time and he had had permission to appear virtually.

She added, "Not to go into too much detail, but the Prime Minister has had a death in his family and he will not be at today's sitting and consequently (Prime Minister's questions) will be deferred to the next sitting when we have Prime Minister's questions."

"In addition to that, my friend (Lee) asked if it would be to the end of the month, (but) next Friday is a holiday, it would obviously be next month, which would be the second Friday, I assume, or the second sitting. But it will be when the Prime Minister is next available when there is Prime Minister's Questions."

However Lee, with UNC MPs desk-thumping their support, said, "Standing Order 24 ... this is a mockery of our Standing Orders and it's unacceptable and we'll not stand for that here! He should have applied for the day (off)!"

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby mero » May 25th, 2024, 8:13 am

zoom rader wrote:
maj. tom wrote:dem rat getting public servant backpay.
Yep, PNM elections have to win
In Guyana?

I eh know if I cyah read but the video say it in Guyana, not so?

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby maj. tom » May 25th, 2024, 8:14 am

lol nah the caption was updated.

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby shake d livin wake d dead » May 25th, 2024, 8:40 am

mero wrote:
zoom rader wrote:
maj. tom wrote:dem rat getting public servant backpay.
Yep, PNM elections have to win
In Guyana?

I eh know if I cyah read but the video say it in Guyana, not so?


It was being touted as Sando general

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby Habit7 » May 25th, 2024, 8:56 am

shake d livin wake d dead wrote:
mero wrote:
zoom rader wrote:
maj. tom wrote:dem rat getting public servant backpay.
Yep, PNM elections have to win
In Guyana?

I eh know if I cyah read but the video say it in Guyana, not so?


It was being touted as Sando general

It was "All over the wurlllll?"

I think you just played yourself
https://www.facebook.com/melissa.atwell ... paNgZZke7l

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby wing » May 25th, 2024, 9:41 am

Habit7 wrote:
shake d livin wake d dead wrote:
mero wrote:
zoom rader wrote:
maj. tom wrote:dem rat getting public servant backpay.
Yep, PNM elections have to win
In Guyana?

I eh know if I cyah read but the video say it in Guyana, not so?


It was being touted as Sando general

It was "All over the wurlllll?"

I think you just played yourself
https://www.facebook.com/melissa.atwell ... paNgZZke7l
Forgive him, his source of intelligence is the Facebook comments, he's unable to think clearly after subjecting himself to the rum and ol noise in the panel van.

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby Habit7 » May 25th, 2024, 10:33 am

wing wrote:
Habit7 wrote:
shake d livin wake d dead wrote:
mero wrote:
zoom rader wrote:
maj. tom wrote:dem rat getting public servant backpay.
Yep, PNM elections have to win
In Guyana?

I eh know if I cyah read but the video say it in Guyana, not so?


It was being touted as Sando general

It was "All over the wurlllll?"

I think you just played yourself
https://www.facebook.com/melissa.atwell ... paNgZZke7l
Forgive him, his source of intelligence is the Facebook comments, he's unable to think clearly after subjecting himself to the rum and ol noise in the panel van.

At least he was brave/foolish enough to post a link to push his false narrative. There is another one who keeps saying Rowley publicly promised to violate the Firearms Act. But nobody reported on it and if you want hear Rowley say it, you have to listen to a 2hr video that he can pinpoint where exactly he said it.

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby shake d livin wake d dead » May 27th, 2024, 11:16 am

How we going and put the spin on the $26,000usd that disappear like a fart in the wind?

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Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby shake d livin wake d dead » May 27th, 2024, 5:43 pm

74 million unaccounted for....nice
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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby bluefete » May 27th, 2024, 5:52 pm

shake d livin wake d dead wrote:How we going and put the spin on the $26,000usd that disappear like a fart in the wind?


LOL. I want to see myself.

Somebody was desperate to get US$26K, so they concocted a scheme with a non-existent supplier to whisker the money out of TT.

Drop in the bucket compared to a budget of $60 billion. Meanwhile, no water in my bucket.

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Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby zoom rader » May 30th, 2024, 8:01 am

The Auditor General has raised several CRITICAL ISSUES in her report which was laid in parliament by Minister of Finance, Colm Imbert.

Several Ministries under the PNM government cannot account for monies spent. They have NO SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION for HUNDRED OF MILLIONS of taxpayers' money!!!

1. Ministry of Health - headed by Terrence Deyalsingh
$5.4M FOR MEDICAL EQUIPMENT:
- No contract
- No Letter of Award of Contract
- No Supporting Documentation to Validate Payment
- No Delivery Note for this Equipment

2. Ministry of Public Utilities - headed by Marvin Gonzales
$25M FOR WATER IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS:
- No contract
- No Letter of Award of Contract
- No Supporting Documentation to Validate Payment
- Payment could not be verified or validated

3. Ministry of Energy - headed by Stuart Young
$720K PAYMENT TO UDECOTT
- No contract
- No Letter of Award of Contract
- No Supporting Documentation to Validate Payment
- Payment could not be verified

4. Ministry of Legal Affairs - headed by Reginald Armour
The Judiciary
$22.5M FOR VARIOUS PROJECTS
- No contract
- No Letter of Award of Contract
- No Supporting Documentation to Validate Payment
$11.3M IN DEPOSITS INTO VARIOUS ACCOUNTS
- No reconciliation statements

5. Ministry of National Security - headed by Fitzgerald Hinds
$1.2M FOR RENTAL OF VEHICLES:
- No contract
- No Letter of Award of Contract
- No Supporting Documentation to Validate Payment
$1.3M FOR ADVANCE PAYMENT ON RENTAL OF VEHICLES
- No approval of payment from Accounting Officer
$2.1M SERVICE PROVISION TO TTPS:
- Persons who collected these checks were not on the authorised list.
$600K BUILDING REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE:
- No contract
- No Letter of Award of Contract
- No Supporting Documentation to Validate Payment
$212K ADDITIONAL REFURBISHMENT WORKS:
- No amendment to contract to cover the additional works
- Payment approved by Acting Commissioner of Police without contract amendment.
- Site visit showed the work was incomplete while the contractor was paid in full.
$826K FOR TTPS WASHROOMS UPGRADE:
- Works were not completed and contractor paid in full
$692K FOR NETWORK SERVICES:
- Works not completed and contractor paid in full

CONCLUSION by the Auditor General: The RISK of material misstatement due to FRAUD or error is assessed as HIGH!!!!

Misstatement is defined as: A false statement, also known as a falsehood, falsity, misstatement or untruth, is a statement that is false or does not align with reality.

So tell me Keith Rowley, since the buck stops with you, how do we have hundreds of millions of taxpayers' dollars that cannot be accounted for while you refer to the Auditor General's concerns as "BACCHANAL"?

https://www.guardian.co.tt/news/auditor ... xNUBImbb2e

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby shake d livin wake d dead » May 30th, 2024, 8:15 am

All the mites gone and sleep when those figures start to role out

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby pugboy » May 30th, 2024, 8:26 am

wow
contractors paid in full for works not completed
guess is kamala fault

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby maj. tom » May 30th, 2024, 8:29 am

All the wicked greedy UNC contractors (dog whistle) who teef everything and never do the work.
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