Killed: Sheron Sukhdeo

Murdered Central businessman Sheron Sukhdeo has left behind a multi-million dollar empire.

But it is not yet known who will inherit the fortune or take charge of his businesses which involve real estate and used cars.

Sukhdeo, known as ‘World Boss’, owned a fleet of at least 15 luxury vehicles, eight speedboats, 10 jet skis and two small aircraft.

He was also the owner of seven houses and six apartments. According to a close friend of the family, Sukhdeo recently bought a restaurant. He also owned two buses, 12 mini vans, four taxis and other businesses.


Thirty-eight-year-old Arima resident Allan Stoute was fatally shot by a close relative yesterday in front of three of his five children and wife.

His last words were: “...You shot me?”

He then fell to the ground, holding his stomach.

His wife Tiffany Khan ran to his side, leaving their three children in the gallery looking on, as the relative stood next to the dying man.

Two more people have died from Covid-19, increasing Trinidad and Tobago’s death toll from the virus to 103.

The two people are elderly males with pre-existing medical conditions, the Ministry of Health reported in its daily update yesterday.

Cabinet has approved US$1 million (TT$7 million) to assist citizens stranded abroad.

“Just today Cabinet took a decision with respect to the replenishment of that sum of money... a million US dollars has been allocated,” National Security Minister Stuart Young said yesterday during the Parliament’s Standing Finance Committee on the 2020/21 budget.