UWP Leader tells Dominicans don’t enslave to strangers who benefit, while they are left with nothing
UWP Leader Lennox Linton cautions Dominicans not to enslave themselves to strangers who benefit, while they are left with nothing.
Linton says history recalls that Layou was once a place where slaves were sold to plantation owners in the late 19th to early 20th centuries, and that Layou is the metaphorical representation of the dehumanization and degradation of black people for financial gain.
According to Opposition Leader Lennox Layou has once again repeated its horrendous legacy with regards to the failed Layou river hotel project. He says we have enslaved ourselves to strangers who have benefitted, while we were left with nothing.
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