Granger back as PNCR Leader

-after Norton pulls out in accreditation row

-shot fired in voting hall during chaotic scenes

David Granger was returned unopposed as PNCR Leader after his main challenger Aubrey Norton withdrew in an accreditation row amid chaotic scenes in the voting hall at Congress Place during which a gunshot was fired.

The lustre would have been knocked off of Granger’s return as leader after days of tension with the party wing in its key stronghold in Linden, Region 10. That tension erupted yesterday over the accreditation of delegates and led to Region 10 members headed by Norton and regional chairman Sharma Solomon decamping party headquarters.

Despite the debacle, Granger, later declared at a press conference that the 18th Biennial Congress  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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