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Prominent?attorney-at-law Hal Gollop says he was never approached by Prime Minister Freundel Stuart about holding any ministerial position in the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) Government.
Late last year, rumours were circulating that Gollop had been offered a senior ministerial position in the present administration. But Gollop, who was once associated with the Opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP), denied this during a telephone interview with the SUNDAY?SUN yesterday.
However, Gollop said he would be willing to serve at any level at which he was qualified to.
“I?would be interested in serving my country in any capacity in which I am qualified to serve . . . . I am a lawyer and, as it stands now, I try my best and I use my best endeavours to try to at least improve myself in my profession and I consider that too, as a way of making a contribution to my country,” he stated.
Read the full story in today’s SUNDAY SUN.