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London wishes Manning well

THA Chief Secretary Orville London has extended best wishes for a speedy recovery to former Prime Minister and former political leader of the People's National Movement Patrick Manning.

In a brief statement London said: "On behalf of the Tobago House of Assembly and the people of Tobago I would like to join the rest of the country in extending best wishes to former Prime Minister and former political leader of the People's National Movement, Mr Patrick Manning, wishing him a very speedy recovery from his present ailment.

Manning has had a number of serious challenges in the past and has always been able to recover to a state of normalcy and we really hope that that will be the situation this time. We are aware of his courage, his mental and physical and spiritual courage and we hope that with the grace of God he would be able to recover very swiftly and be able to continue to be of service to his country and the region."

Manning was hospitalised at the San Fernando General Hospital on Monday night with a stroke.

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Jeremy said on Wednesday, Mar 7 at 1:56 PM

So, if the stroke affects both the right and left sides of Patrick Manning, does that constitute 'co-lateral damage??'

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Anonymous said on Wednesday, Apr 4 at 12:42 PM

HA HA HA ,FUNNY.,LIKE IT ANYWAY

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Anonymous said on Friday, Oct 12 at 8:59 AM

Qh he who speaks with forked tongue

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Henry Phillip said on Sunday, Dec 2 at 8:15 PM

I hope the people come out in large numbers and support Mr, London's government. The present government has not done anything for Trinidad and Tobago. What is the government strategy for Trinidad and Tobago? What are their short and long term goals? The PM and her party has successfully divided the country along ethnic lines. One thing for sure is the Indo-Trinidadians cannot win any election with out the support of other ethnic groups. According to the cencus, the Indo-Trinadians make up 41% of the population. If the PNM were to go out there and register voters(the remaining 61%)like the Democratic Party did in the US and turn them out to vote, the Indo-Trinidadian Party will not win another election. It is all about demographics. Please do not wait untill the last minute. Please start registering people now.

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