Cleric knocks greed
POLITICIANS AND PRIESTS came under heavy criticism from a visiting Zimbabwean cleric during the Anglican Diocese of Barbados Annual Diocesan Service held at Kensington Oval yesterday.
Reverend Dr James Tengatenga said the gross domestic product of some countries was not what it should be, not because they could not produce enough, but because some politicians and business people were selfish and inconsiderate.
“If they do not get that kickback and bribes, nothing works,” he said.
Addressing judicial systems, Tengatenga said some courts behaved in such a way that it left people wondering if there was any justice.
“The idea that somebody else’s child is your child does not work any more; I take care of mine and mine alone is the operating mode.” (LK)
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