1. PM Patrick Manning says Camille Robinson-Regis will get a diplomatic posting.
2. He did not name the country.
3. Says the Government recently took steps to get approval to set up in the particular country.
BY GEISHA KOWLESSAR
Incumbent MP for Arouca South Camille Robinson-Regis has been assigned a diplomatic post by Prime Minister Patrick Manning.
The People’s National Movement (PNM) political leader made the announcement to supporters who had packed Market Square in Arima on Thursday night during a public meeting.
Manning did not reveal the name of the country where he intends to assign Robinson-Regis.
Pressed by some eager supporters for more details about Robinson-Regis’ expected position, Manning remained cautious.
He only said: “It would not be appropriate to name the foreign country at this time since only recently the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has taken steps to get approval.”
T&T is earmarked to open a diplomatic mission in Uganda, an official from the Foreign Affairs Ministry said yesterday.
Manning told the gathering Robinson-Regis’ contribution to the PNM and the country was “invaluable.”
“Camille has been fighting a steadfast battle and has been a principal speaker on PNM platforms,” he said.
“She will, therefore, continue to serve the people of T&T in a diplomatic appointment in a foreign country.”
He added that although Robinson-Regis would be appointed to serve in a foreign country, she was “not lost... neither to the PNM nor to T&T.”
Attempts to reach Robinson-Regis at her office on her foreign posting proved futile.
Buh wey the fock is this. How he sounding like he done win the election already. He moving like Jack, assigning posts to people who eh even fight an election.
The fockin corruption done start already. You could imagine, wok for everybody who kiss cacahole for the PNM this election.
He should really send she to Uganda, dey have some big horse toti nigga dey that could fertilise she wid one fock.
And doh talk bout head wear. Wig is fockin joke.