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Maxie back in constituency

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Sunday, August 12, 2018
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Minister of Works and Transport Rohan Sinanan and MP for the La Horquetta Talparo Constituency Maxie Cuffie visit a site at Manuel Congo in La Horquetta, during a tour of projects in the constituency yesterday. Also in picture are, from left, Navin Ramsingh, Ag director of Highways and Hayden Phillip, director of Pure.

La Horquetta/Talparo MP Maxie Cuffie says he is feeling "great" and ready to attend to the needs of the people in his constituency.

Speaking to reporters yesterday at the site of construction of the Manuel Congo bridge, the major bridge in the village, he said “So far it is good. I feel great and that is why you see me here today. Yes, I have been carrying it out even when I was in hospital. But I feel great today.

"Although I was away, I have been liaising with Minister Sinanan who has been handling affairs in the constituency on my behalf and other ministers who have been helping with this matter."

Cuffie thanked Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan for coming out in the constituency and keeping his promise to visit the area.

He said he spoke to Energy Minister Franklin Khan about illegal quarrying in parts of the constituency and he was addressing the problem.

Sinanan toured bridges and other infrastructural projects in the constituency. He was accompanied by Navin Ramsingh, Ag director of Highways, Hayden Phillip, director of Pure (Programme for Upgrading Roads Efficiency), and other ministry officials.

Minister of Works and Transport Rohan Sinanan and MP for the La Horquetta Talparo Constituency Maxie Cuffie visit a site at Manuel Congo in La Horquetta, during a tour of projects in the constituency yesterday. Also in picture are, from left, Navin Ramsingh, Ag director of Highways and Hayden Phillip, director of Pure.

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