Urban Development Company of Trinidad and Tobago (UDeCoTT) board member, Anthony Cherry, is reported to have blurted at a hastily-summoned UDeCoTT press conference that:
At the same conference, Dr. Krishna Bahadoorsingh, the Deputy Chairman of the same board retorted:
They were, of course, responding to calls from within and outside of the Parliament for them to resign over UDeCoTT's decision to challenge the Uff enquiry in court.
Don't be fooled by his surname! Mr. Cherry's no virgin ---he's an attorney-at-law of long practice. Dr. Bahadoorsingh's no virgin either ---he's one of the most successful businessmen in the Caribbean, one who, over the years, has had his fair share of interaction with the court system, not so Mr. Elias?
Thus, both of them must know that the place where one defends oneself after a court action against one is initiated is in the court? Except, like me, one does not recognize the court? But, then, unlike them, I am not holding public office...am I?
In conclusion: I believe that Dr. Bahadoorsingh is a St. Mary's College old boy. I know that Anthony Cherry and the other UDeCoTT board member present at the conference ---Wendell Dottin--- are. The watchwords of that prestigious institute of learning is:
The commonplace definition of “character” is: “What a person is when no one is looking at them”. Persons of steady character, then, are those who are the same in private as they appear to be in public. And the best definition of “Knowledge” is “Truth”, since to truth is the singular object of every pursuit of knowledge.
Regarding the UDeCoTT St. Mary's trio then, Father Pedro must be turning in his grave!
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