The Cabinet received a request from Mr. Jamale Pringle to provide him with a portion of crown land in partial satisfaction of a debt owed to him for work he has done for National Solid Waste Management Authority.
The Cabinet has agreed but will conduct an audit of the debts which the businessman claims are owed to him.
During the budget debate, Pringle who is also a local businessman, lamented the impact the pandemic has had on his and other small businesses.
Pringle said the government owes him large sums of money but did not disclose the figure.
The opposition leader has been criticized for billing the NSWMC large sum for “collecting dead dogs.”