Monday, February 19, 2018

Rowley : 'preserving Jobs before everything else'... *

slams Kamla, labour

PM ARRIVES: People's National Movement (PNM) supporters applaud as Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, centre, arrives for the party's post-budget meeting on Friday night at Piggott's Corner, Belmont Circular Road, Belmont. —Photo: CURTIS CHASE

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has denied the Opposition Leader's insinuation that there is a connection between a private visit by German company Ferrostaal to his office earlier this year and the Cabinet decision to sell 40 per cent of Trinidad Generation Unlimited (TGU) to Ferrostaal.

He said on Friday night that as Prime Minister “all kinds of people” come to see him.


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