Education and Research Officer at the Oilfield Workers Trade Union, Ozzi Warwick says the union is yet to receive any further correspondence from state owned oil company, Petrotrin, relative to yesterday’s remarks made by the union’s president, Ancel Roget.
Warwick, speaking on Power 102.1FM on Friday, said the state company’s demand is yet another move to silence people who speak out.
He said that despite Petrotrin’s statement on the matter via a letter sent to the OWTU president, the union has heard nothing further, following Mr. Roget’s defiant statement.
Education and Research Officer at the Oilfield Workers Trade Union, Ozzi Warwick
Writer: Aba A. Luke
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