Seventh Day Adventist Pastor, Clive Dottin, is urging politicians to put Trinidad and Tobago first and display the maturity needed at this time to guide the nation through the hurt caused to citizens by violent attacks and murders carried out against women.
In an interview with Izzso Media today Pastor Dottin called for differences between the two major political parties to be put aside and a team work approach adopted to ensure the issue is addressed.
Pastor Dottin said he is pleased with the support building across the country from individuals and groups who are speaking out against the injustice done to women, girls and children.
The religious leader said he is not in support of the death penalty and suggested there are other steps which cannot be taken to ensure justice is served.
Source: IzzSo Media