Mullin says Barbuda confrontation was unnecessary


Director of the National Office of Disaster Services (NODS) Philmore Mullin says the confrontation Tuesday between Barbuda Council members and military officers in Barbuda over the use of the Council Office was unnecessary.

It was reported that the council members arrived at the office demanding to have a meeting in the building which has been under repairs after the passage of Hurricane Irma.

Mullin says it is unnecessary to have this type of situation as NODS is in the business of solving problems. He says if a meeting is required, a request can be made and once space is adequate that is something that can be arranged with the NODS representative on the ground.

Mullin says except for space immediately downstairs utilized by the NODS representative who assigns materials, the Barbuda Council office is still under repairs. The building has had its roof replaced but electrical and other works are still ongoing.


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  1. Why are the Barbudans behaving like they are so uncivilised? It seems like They need a crash course in conflict management. Dont they know that positive results usally comes about through an amicable relationship…….The leader of the BPM should know better

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