Rohee says resignation calls do not affect his appetite

Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee yesterday denounced renewed calls for his resignation as attempts to bait him, while attributing delinquency in the police force to a lack of training.

He said APNU’s renewed call for his resignation showed lack of insight on the part of Opposition Leader David Granger.

When asked by Stabroek News what his stance was on the calls for his resignation, Rohee responded, “It doesn’t upset my breakfast, my dinner, nor my lunch. In fact, I eat more heartily.”

He joked, “It gives me great joy and satisfaction and I wish he [Granger] could call for my resignation every single day.”

He continued that he was pleased to be a bee in the bonnet of Granger adding that the renewed calls for him …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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