Stuart and Mottley, chalk and cheese
Freundel Stuart and Mia Mottley are like chalk and cheese, said Rudolph Greenidge.
Mottley is comfortable anywhere but Stuart does not rub shoulders. Unlike Errol Barrow, Tom Adams and Owen Arthur, Stuart was too scared to name a deputy prime minister while Mottley was a deputy prime minister.
Barrow, Adams and Arthur also took on the ministry of finance which he said was important to understand what was going on in the country but Stuart did not, which he said was a sign of weakness.
Greenidge said he was certain Mottley would take on this portfolio when she became Prime minister.
He also said Stuart was now the face of “how did we get here” and was an accidental leader while Mottley was tried and proven. (CA)