Communication Minister Donna Cox’s eyes welled up with tears when she visited embattled PNM MP Marlene McDonald yesterday at St Joseph Police station and prayed with McDonald.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley had no knowledge the police were investigating Port-of-Spain South MP and Public Administration Minister Marlene McDonald on allegations of fraud.
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Silence from Government members and concern from PNM’s Port-of-Spain South constituency executive in the wake of the arrest of Public Administration Minister Marlene McDonald on Thursday.
But there are also Opposition demands for Prime Minister Keith Rowley to speak about McDonald’s arrest yesterday.
A health hazard is looming at Picton Settlement, in south Trinidad as raw sewage continues to flow down the main street near residents’ homes causing children and pensioners to fall sick.
The residents moved into the settlement four years ago after giving up their homes and lands to facilitate the construction of the Solomon Hochoy Highway extension.
The political leader of the People’s National Movement (PNM) Tobago Council and chief secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Kelvin Charles says the use of the Beyond Ordinary tagline for Destination Tobago has been vindicated as the slogan is shortlisted for an international and tourism and travel award.
Hours after Public Administration Minister Marlene McDonald was questioned by police, Communications Minister Donna Cox said the PNM is awaiting the findings of the investigation following a four-hour search at her Maracas Valley, St. Joseph home on Thursday morning.
Responding to questions from Guardian Media via WhatsApp, Cox said this was a police investigation and she was told that a search warrant was executed.