Morning Brew

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This morning on TMB Jesse Ramdeo sat down with reggae musicians Jah Cure and Mickey Spice who are in the country for a concert happening this weekend. Jah Cure said T&T is one of his biggest fanbases. He also asked for starch mangoes.

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Mayaro MP spoke with Hema Ramkissoon on the Morning Brew.

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On CNC3's the Morning Brew Akash Samaroo spoke with Dr Graham King about driving through flood waters and the risks attached. 
Dr Graham cautioned about driving through flood waters too quickly.

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Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Freelance Journalist Keishel Williams on the Morning Brew. She says children in Toco are being denied access to proper education facilities.

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Bourse Report host Subhas Ramkhelawan showed Hema Ramkissoon on the Morning Brew today how the debt to GDP ratio is on the rise.

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Colm Imbert spoke with Hema Ramkissoon in Today's instalment of the Morning Brew. 

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This morning on CNC3's the Morning Brew Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan about the Galleons Passage. 
He is asking the opposition to stop the fake news. 

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Soca artiste Kees Dieffenthaller speaks to Akash Samaroo on The Morning Brew.

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Hema Ramkissoon spoke with TTPS on the Morning Brew. 

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A life is never a risk, that's according to Mr Benedict Bryan of the Humanitarian Association. 
Mr Byran said T&T can be leading in the Caribbean with dealing with refugees and asylum seekers and they are people too. 

 

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