Results of GIS probe ‘soon’
The long anticipated results of the probe into the Government Industrial School (GIS) will be coming “soon”.
This was as much as Minister of Home Affairs Wilfred Abrahams would say when asked yesterday, as he had done on July 12 when also asked.
Back then, he said the inquiry was almost complete pending the participation of the two young women who had escaped the facility. He had said the investigation was considering all operating aspects of the school, and asked the public to be patient and await the results and the recommendations proposed for the GIS.
In April, Abrahams announced that former deputy commissioner of police Oral Williams would lead the inquiry panel, which would also comprise educator Tessa Chaderton-Shaw and former principal of Queen’s College, Coreen Kennedy-Taitt. The probe was slated to run for six weeks. (CA)
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