Former Intelligence Director of the Strategic Services Agency, Carlton Dennie has denied accusing Prime Minister, Dr Keith Rowley of instructing him to fire all East Indians from the agency.
Dennie during a media conference this afternoon at Chancellor Hotel said he wanted to set the record straight on what he did not say regarding the racist allegations during the UNC’c Monday Night Forum.
Dennie was reported as saying “I am the person that they asked to fire all the East Indians from the SSA and I told them that I am not doing that”.
“I reminded Keith Rowley and then minister of national security (Edmund Dillion) that in this country, every creed and race must find an equal place. I told them No! I am not firing any East Indian!
The allegations raised by Dennie were condemned by Rowley for attempting to create racial discord in the country.
Four days later, today Dennie changed his story by singing a different tune.
Dennie admitted that his ambition is to serve as a politician.
“I want to go into the Parliament,took that stance. I want to stand up for the people in Tobago.”