A NUMBER of youngsters would love to participate in the Scotiabank Junior Monarch competition but sometimes find themselves without songs.
That’s because of broken promises by some songwriters, including teachers. This situation often leaves the children broken and in tears.
Mentors of the children said some of them were promised material but were held to ransom because of non-payment.
The NCF’s external coordinator, Anthony Sargeant, said, however, that the practice was happening less now than before. (TG)
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