China moving ahead to build 150 homes at controversial Booby Alley site



The Cabinet was briefed on the clash between the members of the Royal Police Force, who were acting on a court order, and a male who occupied a wooden house in Booby Alley and refused to exit.

The press statement placed in circulation by the Police formed part of the discussion.

 The Cabinet agreed to have an Assistant Commissioner accompany the Minister during the press conference on Thursday morning.

The Booby Alley project will see 150 new homes built on the largely cleared land.

The 150 houses will be gifted to the Government of Antigua and Barbuda by the People’s Republic of China, whose Government enquires each week about the readiness of the site in order to commence construction.

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  1. You voted Porkston Browne in again and now you get what you voted for. Were the table scraps you got for your votes worth losing your house? It must be. When elections come again, vote Porkston Browne back in again. Let’s see what else she will take away from you. A just reward for giving your votes to her for mere table scraps.

  2. 150 houses gifted by China..what is being Gifted to the people’s property which was Taken by Grabson Brown..We need to know when and what will the people of Booby Ally be getting? Guns and Bullets? What a caring Government!

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