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Linnell J. Doolan | THC: Couva South

Candidate for Couva South

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Linnell J. Doolan

Linnell J. Doolan

Mr. Linnell J. Doolan is a 38 year old professional contractor and family oriented individual, who domiciles in the diverse community of Freeport. Fighting many obstacles and succeeding in overcoming these in his young life, have awarded him with wisdom and understanding beyond his peers.

A farming enthusiast in his spare time, he believes that the ability to feed oneself is the key to self-reliance. He possesses a strong passion and desire for building a better Trinidad & Tobago for all its citizens. Apart from his excellent communication skills and attentive listening capabilities, he has the ability to engage his mind both analytically and critically. This coupled with his great determination and persistence to consistently provide solutions, will be paramount in propelling Trinidad and Tobago into a prosperous future.

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