Workers ignore call to stay home
Posted: Wednesday, March 3, 2021
Workers ignore call to stay home, rest and reflect
Workers at the Water and Sewerage Authority's (WASA) St Joseph headquarters reported for duty in their numbers yesterday, seemingly ignoring a call from National Trade Union Centre (NATUC) and Public Services Association president Watson Duke to stay at home.
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Opposition MP Rodney Charles, 72, wants to live and therefore wants the Covid-19 vaccine.
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Public Services Association (PSA) president Watson Duke has been challenged to come clean with his members and the nation about his wife's company, Blackstone Engineering Technologies Ltd, which was paid a total of just over $9.8 million from the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) between 2014 and 2020.
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