Public Utilities Minister Robert Le Hunte has challenged the Board of TTPost to work towards achieving greater levels of efficiency and increasing its revenue streams.
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They don’t want to work
They want jobs and want somebody to hand them out? Every day you see flyers at fast food restaurants piling up. No one wants to work for anything any more. The money isn’t that great, I know, but half of something is better than nothing.
I packed bags in a supermarket, worked KFC delivery with a borrowed car, stacked shelves in a juice factory, walked around town paying bills for white people and even washed cars to make a little money.
I know many people who have struggled the same way and still struggling but never asked for a handout to land in their laps. And I’m sorry if you claim to be innocent, but staying silent while the nonsense continues, you are part of the problem.
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