Wednesday, April 17, 2024

St Joseph folk protest over ‘lack of water’


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Water is uppermost on the minds of some St Joseph residents.

Around noon today, some Vaughn’s Road and Horse Hill householders pulled out placards, chanted and marched to the constituency office of member of Parliament Dale Marshall.

They chanted slogans such as “they treating we real mean, can’t wash, can’t cook, can’t clean”, as they complained about having no running water for weeks and empty community tanks. (TG)


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