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Public servants uneasy about forced leave

Public servants remain uneasy about the chain of events that led to Ministry of Gender, Youth and Child Development employee, Cheryl Miller, to be locked away for 15 days in the St Ann’s Psychiatric Hospital on the say-so of a superior.

Jennifer Frederick-Taylor urged Minister Verna St Rose Greaves to clear the air on what happened to Miller and to offer counseling to her co-workers. She did not specify whether counseling had to be in-house or off-site—like St Ann’s, for instance.

Wired868 cannot confirm that Congress of the People (COP) leader Prakash Ramdhar is considering ordering a similar 15-day retreat for San Fernando Mayor Marlene Coudray and Sport Minister Anil Roberts.

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