Water Union Chief Suspended For Asking If WSC Was A Plantation

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March 05, 2020

WATER and Sewerage Management Union (WSMU) president Montgomery Miller claims he was suspended for two days by the Water and Sewage Corporation (WSC) for questioning the authority. "In a most recent instance I, in my capacity as president of the Water and Sewerage Management Union, would have written to the general manager asking of them a very basic question - has the Water and Sewerage Corporation converted from a place of employment to a plantation?" he said at a press conference at WSC's headquarters yesterday. "That is the question that I asked and as a result of that question I was placed on two day suspension without pay as a union president representing the members of this corporation. How could this be right. . .and my question is how can the general manager be judge, jury and executioner?"

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News date : 03/05/2020    Category : About Bahamians, Business, Disputes, Tribune Stories

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