A MAN was ambushed and killed in Cunupia on Monday.

Kawaldass Rambharose, of Claxton Bay, was driving a vehicle when he was shot multiple times.

Rambharose, 34, died at hospital.

Around 9 p.m. Rambharose was driving a black Nissan Wingroad along Gillis Trace, Mt Plasir Road when his killer/s emerged from the bushes and opened fire.

The vehicle crashed into a drain.

An occupant of the vehicle contacted police and Rambharose was taken to the Chaguanas District Health Facility where he died.

In an unrelated incident, a man with the alias “Killer” was shot several times in Chase Village.

Police said “Killer” was chased and shot at by two men at Bagna Trace around 8 p.m.

“Killer” was struck five times and is warded at hospital.


It’s only a matter of time before Trini­dad and Tobago gets its first case of the Delta variant, as it’s more transmissible than the P1 (Brazilian) variant, according to Chief Medical Officer Dr Roshan Parasram.

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley also warned on Thursday that it is inevitable the highly infectious Delta variant will reach T&T’s shores.

What happened in the canefield was a planned and frenzied assault, Justice Lisa Ramsumair-­Hinds said, in deli­vering guilty verdicts yesterday on Sean Luke murderers Akeel Mitchell and Richard Chatoo.

Head of the National Primary Schools Principals Association Carlene Hayes says many teachers have already accessed the Covid-19 vaccine on their own, and did not wait for the Ministry of Education’s current vaccination drive.

“The Prime Minister is saying that teachers are not taking the vaccine, but this is not so,” she said yesterday during a telephone interview with the Express.

When Pauline Bharat goes to bed at night, and the house grows quiet, what happened in the final moments of the life of her ­infant son Sean Luke fills her mind.

“I put my pillow over my face and bawl into it, so nobody would hear me. And I pray to God to remove these thoughts, to please, please, help me. I beg God to have mercy on me,” she said yesterday.

More people should consider becoming kidney donors as they can potentially save someone’s life and the procedure carries little risk to them.

This according to Prof Vijay Naraynsingh, who led a team of young doctors that performed a successful kidney transplant on Wednesday at the Medical Associates private hospital in St Joseph.

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