BARBADOS TODAY MORNING UPDATE- DECEMBER 30, 2015

Lawmen are on the hunt for the gunman who shot a police constable this morning. The BTMI CEO raises concerns over the crime and garbage situation.

Former NCC workers say the last year and a half have been very tough . . . and more . . . .

One Response to BARBADOS TODAY MORNING UPDATE- DECEMBER 30, 2015

  1. jrsmith December 30, 2015 at 3:00 pm

    The comments from the (BTMI, CEO) him and all the others, who hits the media ,when it suits them, the ones in upper management in Barbados, is not helping in anyway to put anything right in Barbados , because they are scared, as like little kids ,frighten to point fingers directly at the failed government.

    The real problem in Barbados ,is nothing to do ,with climate change , or renewable energy, all this time wasting is just to allow corporates ,to choose what type of business to force on Barbados, so many of them ,have Barbados in they gun sights.

    The real problem, (GUNS, DRUGS, SEROIUS CRIME) AND THIS GOES FOR THE REGION AS WELL. Nothing is really being done to, try and put things right, something I wouldn’t want to wish on my Island, the continuous failing of our politicians not doing anything, and planes start arriving (30% less full) and 10 less cruise ships are not calling, we will all be sunk. Failure,failure, failure, excuses, excuses , excuse.

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