Morning Brew

Akash Samaroo spoke with Sahara Ramkissoon and her mother on the Morning Brew. 
Sahara said all children deserve a right to education.

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Bishop Keith Ramdass and Bishop Victor Gill sat with Hema Ramkissoon this morning on CNC3's the Morning Brew to share their views on legalising homosexuality. 
Both Bishops say they fear societal changes.

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On CNC3's the Morning Brew earlier today Jesse Ramdeo spoke with Terry Rondon about flood in Sangre Grande. 
Mr Rondon said some people had to evacuate their homes and they are trying to get others out. He said only trucks can pass. 

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Opposition member Roodal Moonilal says the 2018 budget presentation by Finance Minister Colm Imbert had nothing new.

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Ola Ola Ola! Hema Ramkissoon had the opportunity to interview Soca Artiste Olatunji Yearwood about his appearance on the X factor UK. 
Ola told Hema that he was shocked when the judges gave him a standing ovation.

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Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Cedric 'Burkie' Burke on the Morning Brew. 

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On CNC3's the Morning Brew earlier today Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Gregory Aboud the President of DOMA about traffic restrictions in the capital city. 
Mr Aboud said the accused are disrupting the lives of law-abiding citizens

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Today on CNC3's the Morning Brew Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Mariano Browne about tomorrow's Mid-Year Budget review. Mr Browne said economic growth is good but there is nothing to celebrate. 

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This morning Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Jamaican singer/songwriter Protoje and Trinidadian singer Kalpee about New Wave TT. Both men say if Caribbean people support each other musically the global impact would be inevitable. 

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On CNC3's the Morning Brew Jesse Ramdeo conducted a brief interview with Dr Winford James about Dr Rupert Griffith. 
He said,  Dr Griffith, played an integral role in T&T's politics.

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As CNC3's the Morning Brew continues the I'm from Laventille segment we speak with David Simpson and Michael Cooper both residents and business owners in Laventille to find out what is fuelling the gang violence in the area.