Sherod Duncan sees no conflict in roles as city councillor, ministry PR

Former Georgetown Deputy Mayor Sherod Duncan has assured his constituents that his new post as a Public Relations Officer at the Ministry of Business will in no way stifle his advocacy at the council.

Asked if his position as a government employee will present any conflict of interest or make it difficult for him to be critical of government policies brought for council approval, Duncan said no.

“I don’t see a conflict of interest. Honestly. I will continue to speak my mind regardless,” he told Stabroek News.

Duncan, a member of the Alliance for Change earned his seat on the council as the …to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In

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