KINGSTON, Jamaica — The University of Technology (UTech) will next Thursday, March 13, honour former Governor General Sir Howard Cooke at the Opening Ceremony of its 10th Annual Inter-Faith Awareness Day.
The ceremony is scheduled to start at 1:00 pm at the Caribbean Sculpture Park, UTech Papine campus.
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Word is that Everald Warmington is the man with a bigger plan. They say he’s barking here and there ’cause he wants a bigger bite somewhere. Thing is, some may only focus on the itty bitty bark and not wise up to the magnitude of his bite.
Three’s a crowd
People were pleased to see the long-time, usually happy couple out and about at Jazz. But while hubby was smiling with wifey in the skybox, people saw the mistress whimpering like a pup down below on the green.
I don’t wanna be waiting in vain…
Talk is someone’s still waiting with bated breath by the phone for the call that’s taking too long to come. Seems a certain ‘friend’ and hanger-on incorrectly assumed a top-ofthe-list spot for a job or post somewhere, anywhere on ‘the Rock’.
People say ‘Babsy’ doth protest too much. There’s one who’s a sore loser.
Told you so
They say someone’s about to tender a resignation for fear that he or she might learn of a replacement via the media. That’s why people say never ignore history and protocol, particularly when there’s a change of Government.
Some have noticed Leary Myers, former NEPA boss, walking with a certain pep in his step and wonder if there’s an announcement coming.
A lot of eyes are on King’s House now ’cause the GG is having to apologise too often. First, there was the uncomfortable delay at the swearing-in, followed by a media lock-out just days ago. People say it’s wrong for King’s House to get it so wrong.
Je ne sais quoi
Question of the week: Was the lady really parading about the Jazz fest sans the appropriate undergarment?
Send your best suss to pepperpot@jamaicaobserver. com
(L-R) Everald Warmington, Babsy Grange and Sir Patrick Allen
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