Former police chief says government still owes him, takes new tack

Walwyn was speaking on popular call-in talk show, ‘Voices’, on WINN FM, Friday morning when he confirmed that he had not been paid since resigning from the Police Force weeks after the February 16 general elections in the federation.

Since then, Walwyn has used social media Facebook to keep friends and interested parties up to date with his issues with the new government. But today, Walwyn said he was taking down his Facebook page and leaving the matter in God’s hands.

He said, “The bottom line is I am done. I will leave it up to God… I will leave it up to them whenever they choose to pay me, if the choose to pay me. I will graciously accept my money. It is money that I am owed, and they can make all the excuses and look for all the reasons not to pay me. They know that they owe me.”

“I have forgiven these people for all the garbage they have done. As a Christian, I have chosen to forgive. I am going to move forward into my new life, and I am going to leave that behind,” said Walwyn, who continued, “The government knows what they owe me. It’s fully documented. It is outstanding salary. I didn’t even ask for gratuity, just what I was owed.”

According to Walwyn, communications with the government’s Human Resources indicate that the matter was forwarded to the Attorney General’s Office, where he said it remains.

Attempts to contact Attorney General Vincent Byron have been unsuccessful so far.


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