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Court action looms

Court action looms

By Ezra Stuart | Fri, January 25, 2013 - 12:13 AM

The Barbados Football Association (BFA) and Pelican Creative Services Inc. are facing a lawsuit.

It stems from the participation of national player Diquan Adamson in last year’s second LIME Pelican Football Challenge for L.G. Strike Force in a match against Emmerson Boyce/ Fifth Avenue Bajan Elite at Kensington Oval.

Attorney at law Verla De Peiza, acting on behalf of Bajan Elite, a new franchise in the LIME Pelican Challenge, has filed the writ in the high court, and the BFA earlier this week received a summons for a court hearing on March 1.

The BFA has been listed as the second defendant with Pelican Creative Services as first defendant.

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Posted by Carl Harper 1 year, 9 months ago
With only a 2.9% swing required to topple Sinckler  in a national swing of 7.0% against the DLP, he will need to also make DVDs to try to save his seat on elections day - if it is ever called anytime in this sixth year of rule.

Given what can only be considered as PM Stuart denying Barbadians the right to exercise their democratic freedom within five years from the date of last elections, it is clear that there is discontent within the DLP, as every MP and candidate appears to be "brekkin fuh themselves."

Anytime an incumbent candidate is in a statistical position in which Sinckler finds himself, he must be very worried about his political future.

I am sure the BLP will deploy massive resources in support of its candidate, Gregory Nicholls, as statistically, Sinckler's seat is the easiest to win.

The recent CADRES Polls that traditionally uses a +/- 5% margin of error, makes Sinckler's St Michael North West seat the most vulnerable. With his leadership popularity falling from last year, he must be only hoping that he can hold on for dear life and buck the trend.

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Posted by David Hall 1 year, 9 months ago
Wow! where is this going? stay tuned!

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