Sunday, July 29 2007
ALL you CEPEP workers “deserve to be glad and to rejoice today because you have made the bold move to step up to the challenge in front of you.”
So said Senator Joan Yuille-Williams, Minister of Community Development, Culture and Gender Affairs, when she addressed a CEPEP Employees’ Graduation Ceremony and Achievement Function in Chaguanas yesterday.
The Minister told the graduates: “In a very real way you have undertaken the journey to emancipate yourselves from the prison of the past. You have undertaken the journey away from the negative perceptions that people might have had about you, the work you do, and its value to the community.”
“In a very real way you have broken with the past and that is an important lesson for our individual and collective emancipation.”
Oh gawd ah need help?
Would some fockin doctor, engineer, lecturer at UWI or somebody tell me.
GRADUATE FROM WA ?
Wa the fock dem ole setta niggas is now ?
From cutting grass and painting stones to ?????
HELP fockin HELP