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Lowe on the attack


Added 14 October 2019


Dr Denis Lowe speaking on Sunday. (SDB)

Former Minister of the Environment Dr Denis Lowe has come out swinging against charges that the $28 million building earmarked as the new Sanitation Service Authority (SSA) headquarters is not fit for use.

And he has also challenged anyone who has evidence of corruption in his ministry, to take it to the Director of Public Prosecutions’ office.

Lowe told a meeting at his constituency office in Chancery Lane, Christ Church, on Sunday evening that at the end of construction of the five-storey structure at Vaucluse, St Thomas, “an engineering company signed off on the building”.

The former Christ Church East Member of Parliament said the reason the building was not opened before the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) lost the General Election in May 2018 was because “someone who I am not naming” did not want the Dems to open it. (SDB Media)

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