EDITOR: If I am to believe ex-Prime Minister Basdeo Panday, it seems that the head of the household at the PM's residence, a soldier, has a seemingly extraordinary amount of individual power not available to any other public servant and not even the normal checks and balances on spending tax-payers monies that all others are subjected to.
How else can one explain the soldier/public servant buying two Mercedes Benz worth millions, without a PM's knowledge and then spend approximately 200 thousand worth of gourmet food in a 2 month period when there was no PM living in the household, according to the words of Mr. Panday, all on his own imitative.
There are some strange things that happened in the PM's residence lately and this must certainly be one of them, and taxpayers deserve an explanation.
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