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I read that one of the top men associated with the Sandals plan for Tobago has forecasted that the number of visitors to the island will increase from 10,000 to 100,000 annually when the planned Sandals complex is up and running. In my opinion, this chap is living in dream land.
If he really wants this to happen he must set a course and be serious about his intentions in helping the government to first stem the flow of crime within the country.
Without a drastic fall in crime and the introduction of the death penalty and a more effective and proficient police force, his prediction should be treated as mere hopefulness and is most likely never to happen.
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