The face of the PPP is being overly represented by two modern day comedians Clement Rohee and Roger luncheon, otherwise known as “The Two Stooges’.
The weekly press conferences of these two are being overdone by the television networks. I can understand the Government-aligned stations such as Channels 11,65,69 &28 indulging, but for the love of Christ, I can’t understand why Adam Harris on Channel 9 and Capitol News on Channel 7 Are paying so much attention to these two “comics” on their newscast.
We all know that Rohee is devoid of a proper secondary education and would never qualify for a ministerial post in any other country except in Guyana where standards are a thing of the past.
Luncheon on the other hand, although Queens College educated, seems to have been infected with a disease called “The untruth”. This man will literally sin his soul.
The Goodly doctor, like his communist cohorts Gail, Clement and Donald, will defend the indefensible; remember when Flip Motilall and Henry Green were being exposed how he came to their defence and also when there was a public outcry over the government purchasing copied text books, he saw nothing wrong. He later retracted and recanted just as he is now doing with the Surendra Scandal.
I ask Luncheon, whose responsibility it was to conduct due diligence on Surendra before any of our taxpayers dollars were handed over? It might not shock me to hear that none was done.
Luncheon and Rohee are actually feeling elated with their current spotlight on local television.
They feel it is their shining hour, but the bad news for them is the fact that about 85% of television viewers switch channel when they come on.
I guess with those numbers, Luncheon should feel comfortable with retirement, no need for him to prolong the agony.
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