Moun Sewye members took to the Streets with Boots on the Ground against Vaccination Discrimination, Mandatory Vaccination & a demand for Financial Compensation
Moun Sewye members took to the Streets with Boots on the Ground against vaccination discrimination, mandatory vaccination & a demand for financial compensation.
The Group, accompanied by a number of citizens, all bearing placards and signs took to the streets and began their message, at the Government Financial Center, worked their way down to the Bayfront in Roseau, the Market, and many other places in the city of Roseau, encouraging persons to demand financial compensation, and not submit to mandatory vaccination, or discrimination for not being vaccinated.
Speaking with Q95 Journalists on the ground, Leader of the Moun Sewye Group Kashma Buju Richards had this to say.
Meantime his Deputy, Tola, seconded the statements saying it is not right and not just, and a stance must be taken to ensure a safer future.
Here is a sample of some of the action that took place earlier this morning
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