‘Nobody Listens To Me:’ Asot says he tried to warn the Cabinet about decision to move ABHTI from tourism ministry

MP Asot Michael

St. Peter Member of Parliament Asot Michel says he tried to warn the Cabinet of Antigua and Barbuda that moving the Hospitality Training Institute from the Ministry of Tourism to the Ministry of Education was a bad idea.

Last week, the Parliament of Antigua and Barbuda moved the institute back to the ministry of tourism, reversing a decision under then Education Minister Michael Browne to place the institute under his control.



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  1. When some persons are authority they don’t give a damn about anybody. If the ideas or suggestions are not initiated from them then they are no value. But interestingly some decisions made by the hierarchy expose that they are myopic and can only see infront of their nose and no further. Very embarrassing!! It is obvious that some of them are square pegs in round holes

  2. If you look closely Antigua is run by headless politicians playing E-née – mee- my-née -mo let’s try something and look like pappy shows

    This ABLP administration don’t know how to run the country everything has become chaotic

  3. Mr. Asot, are you trying to buy your way back in the party after your leader says he wants nothing to do with you? So you are now practicing cannibalism? What did you say about Michael Browne? Is his youth a threat to you?

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