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COP AIDS TROU MACAQUE RESIDENTS
Christmas will still be felt by the victims of the recent Trou Macaque blaze who have been relocated.
Today they received household items to assist in their new living arrangements.
Members of the Congress of the People, including leader Prakash Ramadar visited the displaced persons and sought to bring to them the comfort of knowing that they have not been forgotten.
The mattresses and food stuff were distributed by members of the COP constituency, along with other members of the Laventille community.
The COP leader thanked his members for coming to the assistance of the relocated persons and explained how the spirit of Christmas was relevant to this situation.
He said the MP’s office has offered to assist in ensuring the ease of integration along with schooling arrangements for the children.
One of the relocated persons explained how grateful she was to receive the generous donation.
She said this Christmas would not be the same, but she and her neighbours have decided to put an event together to help take their worries away.
Surely the events of that Tuesday morning would not be forgotten but indeed these surviving residents have decided to keep moving and not look back.