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Volatile trade unionist Ancel Roget takes pride in scholar daughter...

proud dad: Oilfields Workers' Trade Union president general Ancel Roget poses with his daughter, Candy Roget, following her graduation at the University of Westminster in London, England.


PRESIDENT general of the Oil­fields Workers' Trade Uni­on (OWTU) Ancel Roget is no stranger to controversy.

This includes his recent call to boycott 120 businesses belonging to the Syrian/Lebanese community, during the Labour Day August 4 rally in Port of Spain.

Roget called for a boycott of a number of businesses owned by the Syrian-Lebanese community—the “one per cent”.

He was referring to comments made by businessman Mario Sabga-Aboud on a recent episode of CNN's Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, which featured Trinidad and Tobago.

Sabga-Aboud hosted Bourdain at his home for dinner during the show.

 

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