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IT MATTERS TO MARIA: Uneasy over ‘suspicious activity’

MARIA BRADSHAW, [email protected]

IT MATTERS TO MARIA: Uneasy over ‘suspicious activity’

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NICOLE REID wants the National Housing Corporation (NHC) to know that her home is not a “distribution point”.

Reid, who lives at a Government unit at St Ives Lane, The Pine, St Michael, believes she is being victimised because she spoke out about “suspicious activities” surrounding construction work at her unit which left her feeling uneasy.

She said that on more than one occasion, she was asked to sign for material for work to be done on her unit but the material was never brought there.

“The NHC has a system where if they are carrying out work on your unit, they would bring a card to you with the house number, the list of work to be done and the amount of material,” she said. “They come to my house with a card with 200 eight-inch blocks, 50 bars of high tension steel, a load of sand, a load of grits and 25 bags of cement. I ask them where the material is because I never received any material.” (MB)

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