BARBADOS TODAY AFTERNOON UPDATE – FEBRUARY 20, 2015

Eleven Nigerian students will be heading back home beginning today.

The director of the National Task Force on Crime Prevention says violence and drug use among young people continue to be a major concern.

International football returns to the National Stadium

…and more in the afternoon update…

One Response to BARBADOS TODAY AFTERNOON UPDATE – FEBRUARY 20, 2015

  1. Maxine Hutchinson February 21, 2015 at 12:24 pm

    In respect of our young people using drugs, we must be reminded that in order to take over a strong man’s house you first have to bind him up.

    Our young people are expected to be the future firm guardians of our heritage. When we keep feeding them with the drugs it is likened to binding the strong man because they (young people) become the instruments by which you have to bind the strong man.

    After you have bound up the strong man, Barbados will be fair game for all non-nationals. We are destroying our youth (who should be around to take care of us when we grow old) for a few dollars that usually blow from our hands the moment that we come into possession of them. In addition, what ever we purchase with that blood money has a short life span – house, car, clothes, etc.

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