Jack plans to ‘dig dirt’ on PNM leader

 

Warner tendered his resignation as MP on Friday following his resignation as minister of National Security and chairman of the UNC. He told the gathering that there were those out to get him at any cost and any document dispelling allegations against him was not enough so he chose to resign and re-contest the seat.

 

Warner said he plans to “dig up dirt” on Rowley and present sworn affidavits. “The enemy is not Mrs. Persad-Bissessar, she is the best prime minister this country has ever seen. The enemy is not the UNC…the enemy is the PNM, the enemy is Rowley.” He continued: “When I hit the platform with Rowley, I shall make some revelations that, unlike me, Rowley would not be able to walk this land after.”

 

Warner said he planned to give a comprehensive history of Rowley: “I will be armed with affidavits and statements and expose him to the public for what he really is.” Warner gave what he said was his last interview to the media for the next 90 days. He praised the Prime Minister, saying: “I will in no way be disrespectful to her.”

 

He said he did not have to be an MP to represent the people of Chaguanas West. “I love them as they love me, come what may.” Warner said he remained optimistic that the UNC would not reject him as a candidate.

 

He later braved the rains and pulled down plastic bags covering a sign revealing that the UNC constituency office for Chaguanas West was opened. The sign for the Chaguanas West MP was covered. Warner said he helped to transform Chaguanas from a “lost city to where it is today.” He said he would continue to see people who seek his assistance on Saturdays.

Warner said he spent the morning with his young staff of the Sunshine newspaper which he plans to launch next month.

 

Rowley: I have no vendetta against him


Rowley, contacted last night, said, “I made it quite clear in Parliament that I do not have any personal animosity to Mr. Warner. I have no real vendetta against him.” He added, “I deal with issues concerning Mr Warner and it is unfortunate that his stories are what they are. If in return he’s going to react to me in that way, then I wish him well.”

 

 

Jack plans to ‘dig dirt’ on PNM leader

 

Warner tendered his resignation as MP on Friday following his resignation as minister of National Security and chairman of the UNC. He told the gathering that there were those out to get him at any cost and any document dispelling allegations against him was not enough so he chose to resign and re-contest the seat.

 

Warner said he plans to “dig up dirt” on Rowley and present sworn affidavits. “The enemy is not Mrs. Persad-Bissessar, she is the best prime minister this country has ever seen. The enemy is not the UNC…the enemy is the PNM, the enemy is Rowley.” He continued: “When I hit the platform with Rowley, I shall make some revelations that, unlike me, Rowley would not be able to walk this land after.”

 

Warner said he planned to give a comprehensive history of Rowley: “I will be armed with affidavits and statements and expose him to the public for what he really is.” Warner gave what he said was his last interview to the media for the next 90 days. He praised the Prime Minister, saying: “I will in no way be disrespectful to her.”

 

He said he did not have to be an MP to represent the people of Chaguanas West. “I love them as they love me, come what may.” Warner said he remained optimistic that the UNC would not reject him as a candidate.

 

He later braved the rains and pulled down plastic bags covering a sign revealing that the UNC constituency office for Chaguanas West was opened. The sign for the Chaguanas West MP was covered. Warner said he helped to transform Chaguanas from a “lost city to where it is today.” He said he would continue to see people who seek his assistance on Saturdays.

Warner said he spent the morning with his young staff of the Sunshine newspaper which he plans to launch next month.

 

Rowley: I have no vendetta against him


Rowley, contacted last night, said, “I made it quite clear in Parliament that I do not have any personal animosity to Mr. Warner. I have no real vendetta against him.” He added, “I deal with issues concerning Mr Warner and it is unfortunate that his stories are what they are. If in return he’s going to react to me in that way, then I wish him well.”

 

 

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