This is my interview on 99.5FM on The Breakfast Roundtable on Sky 99.5 FM on Tuesday 12th December 2017, with Jessie-May Ventour, Dr. Wayne Heywood and Edison Carr to discuss the implementation of the Public Procurement & Disposal of Public Property Act and other topics relating to corruption in T&T being at serious levels now. Audio courtesy Sky 99.5 FM
Programme Date: 12 december 2017 Programme Length: 00:43:44
My focus has been on grand corruption, the large-scale acts of fraud which endanger the very stability and rationale of our society and its key institutions. No act of grand corruption is possible in isolation. The only way to steal these large amount of money is to have the collaboration of responsible officials and professionals, who either look the other way or actively assist in the looting.
That was the case in Eden Gardens and the other episodes covered thus far. None of these acts of grand corruption would have been possible without the intentional help of professionals such as attorneys, engineers, accountants or even surveyors. Our current private and public sector systems rely on the professional standards and ethics of those professionals to ensure value for money. Continue reading “The Ethics Gap – part four”→
All will be revealed…if we keep tugging at the loose threads that tie all the pieces together. This week, I discussed the EMBD matters in my Property Matters—Horses for Courses article. Check out my interview on Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago, in which I go into even further detail about the topic. Video courtesy CNMG.
Programme Date: 19 October 2017 Programme length: 00:13:53
I did an excellent radio show with some vibrant young colleagues from TTTI on the morning of Sunday, 13 November 2016 on Boom Champions 94.1FM. The topic of discusson was “Sweet T&T or corrupt nation?: Revealing the truths on a corrupt state of affairs. Audio courtesy Boom Champions 94.1 FM
Afra Raymond visits the T&T Unpacked studio to talk with Justin Collymore and Rochelle Amour about T&T’s 2017 National Budget, why criminals get away with corruption and what we can do to make a change. It gets heavy, so for more details check out Afra’s blog at afraraymond.net or follow his page on Facebook.