Saturday, September 8th 2007
Party drop-outs now seem to be contagious, as the two deputy political leaders of the Movement for National Development (MND) have now resigned from that party.
A release from the MND yesterday informed that Mandavi Tewari and Dav Kowlessar had both tendered letters of resignation on Tuesday, after an executive meeting, to political leader Garvin Nicholas.
Nicholas told the Express that the two deputy political leaders resigned because they disagreed with a decision that the executive had taken.
He said he did not wish to disclose the decision, but added that work is in progress to fill their vacancies.
Nicholas said the MND's constitution allows for four deputy political leaders, but he had only appointed two, who have now resigned.
The executive aint take no fockin decision. Garvin lie no mudder cont.
The secret is out! Garvin want to join with the COP and Mandavi and Dave disagree wid that.
Today is Saturday. Ah taking bets that the focker will be smelling Dookeran bottom tomorrow in Woodford Square and lookin like he periods coming.
Now dat fockin party have only 5 members, do ah dunno how the fock he goin to find 2 replacements. Or maybe is fock the rest of them when he join wid the 3/4 dead COrPse tomorrow.