Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Mum, triplets move delayed


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Sandy Samuels and her triplets did not move into a new home yesterday.
It seems that the six-month-old babies and their mother will have to wait a bit longer before they move out of the cramped accommodations they have been living in with Samuels’ best friend, Reshada Deane, for a bit longer.
Good Samaritan Coral Wilkinson had offered Samuels and the children a two-bedroom house, which she owns, at Denton Road, Grazettes, St Michael, but a legal hitch appears to have delayed the much-anticipated move.
President of the National Organisation of Women, Marilyn Rice-Bowen, who has been making intercessions with member organisations and the general public to assist Samuels, told the MIDWEEK NATION there had been a “slight delay” in the handing-over process.
“The donor has advised that she will revert to us very shortly and advise the new date when the handover will be completed, but we do anticipate a handover prior to month-end,” Rice-Bowen said. (YB)


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