Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Eden Lodge meeting cancelled after mix-up


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A mix-up tonight brought an end to a Barbados Labour Party meeting at Eden Lodge, St Michael in support of candidate for the area Ronald Toppin.

Initially, the party had been told by the police that the St Michael North location in the housing area was for a meeting by the rival Democratic Labour Party candidate Kim Tudor.

The BLP then sought to move to the nearby pasture which took some time and during the relocation another set of police arrived to inform them that the BLP was indeed booked for the spot in the housing area.

By that time more than two hours had passed and the party abandoned the meeting just before 10 p.m.

Meanwhile, there was no scheduled meeting by Tudor and the DLP. (AC) 

Below, Barbados Labour Party supporters used the time to enjoy the music. 



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