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I note with interest the guarded call from president of the Downtown Owners and Merchants Association (DOMA) Gregory Aboud to hold Carnival 2021, even a watered-down version. I support him. I’ll go even further. It shouldn’t be a watered-down version. Remember Carnival 2020? We were in the middle of this “pandemic” and we had a full-blown Carnival, with 40,000 foreigners visiting, and no untoward consequences. Surely, 2021 should be safer, without the 40,000?
President of the Downtown Owners and Merchants Association (DOMA) Gregory Aboud says the spat between Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and T&T Chamber CEO Gabriel Faria is unfortunate.
Aboud was weighing in yesterday on a statement made by Rowley on his official Facebook page in which he accused the Chamber CEO of having an “acid tongue” and trying to influence voters.
Criminals have taken advantage of the shutdown in the country to go on a crime spree, burglarising and looting several businesses in the capital city.
Non-essential businesses in Trinidad and Tobago have been shut down until April 30, in an effort to contain the deadly COVID-19 virus.