The departure of Nicole Dyer- Griffith from the Congress of the People (COP) will not affect the People’s Partnership.
This, according to Chairman of the United National Congress (UNC) Kadeesha Ameen, in televised interview earlier today.
She disclosed while she was sad to see her go, the Partnership encompasses much more than just one person or position.
Citing Jack Warner as a n example Ms. Ameen stated that he resigned his position within United National Congress (UNC) and the Party continued to function smoothly.
She then stated that she expected the business of the Congress of the People to continue much the same way it did with the UNC.
Ms. Ameen was quick to point out that even though this was not the first departure or upset within the Partnership, it had to be judged on what was achieved over the four and half year it was in power.
Chairman of the United National Congress (UNC) Kadeesha Ameen.
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