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DJW promises answers on Home of Football and I95.5FM; but amendment spells trouble for TTFA president

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams’ future remains in the balance, after today’s AGM at UWI’s St Augustine Campus ended, predictably, before a motion of no confidence in the local football boss could be tabled. The AGM, which started promptly at 9:30am with a near full house, …

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Life under DJW: reviewing TTFA president’s campaign promises and how teams fared during his term

On 30 November 2015, W Connection owner David John-Williams was elected for a four year term as Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president after two rounds of voting at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain. In tomorrow’s AGM, on 24 November 2018, John-Williams must convince football stakeholders …

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Griffith breaks speed barrier

Gary Griffth, the PM’s National Security Advisor, said he did not threaten Opposition MP Donna Cox during Friday’s no confidence motion debate or sprint up a flight of stairs to continue abusing her. Griffith countered that Cox cursed him as she went into an elevator on Level Two; the former …

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No Confidence Motion: Amery takes aim

Amery Browne delivers some short pitched ones as he accuses government of shielding drug dealers and makes reference of a Minister who defies a High Court order and carries on his business as usual. Browne isn’t one for the dramatics but, in his own way, he is starting to dish …

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No Confidence Motion: Jack stands for integrity

Opposition Leader alleged that Works Minister Jack Warner lost his Transport portfolio after questioning a conflict of interest involving CAL Chairman George Nicholas. Wired868 believes it is the first time that Warner was on the right side of a conflict of interest charge. Keith Rowley called Nicholas’ stewardship the second …

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No Confidence Motion: Moonilal locates PNM skeleton

Housing Minister Roodal Moonilal claimed that ex-Prime Minister Patrick Manning called the 2010 snap general elections after learning that six PNM MPs—supposedly led by the Opposition Leader—planned to vote against him on the then Opposition’s no confidence motion. Manning supposedly got wind of a clandestine meeting in Barbados between disgruntled …

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No Confidence Motion: Moonilal sees dead people

Roodal Moonilal said Opposition Leader’s No Confidence Motion was dead on arrival but offered that even a corpse can aid a scientific discovery. Moonilal, who opened the batting for the government, asked if there would be another motion of no confidence if Reshmi Ramnarine changed her name again and criticised …

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No Confidence Motion: Reshmi rebranded, reloaded And rehired

Opposition Leader Keith Rowley alleged in Parliament that former SSA head Reshmi Ramnarine signed a deed poll to effect a name change and is believed to be working for the government under the name, Sasha Ritma. Wired868 understands that the alias “Janice Thomas” was taken.

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Fixin’ T&T: Gov’t owes us full disclosure

The Motion of No Confidence to be debated in our Parliament on Friday 2nd March, 2012 is a significant occurrence in the life of any government and by extension country. FIXIN’ T&T views this as an exceptional opportunity, in the interest of Good Governance, to bring clarity and full disclosure …

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