The COUNTERPOINT Team were in ripping form at the start of this week, touching on a variety of issues ranging from politics to cricket to environment and wildlife protection.

Among the guests on the show were Chairman of the Tunapuna Piarco Regional Corporation, Khadijah Ameen, who has signalled her intention to broaden her political life by running for the post of Deputy Chairman in the keenly contested Executive Elections in the United National Congress (UNC).

Former West Indies cricketer, Suruj Ragoonath, shared his analysis of the Windies triumph over the Aussies in the 2nd One Day International in the Digicel Home Series, played on Sunday 18 March, at the Arnos Vale Cricket Grounds in St Vincent.

Also on the show was Stephen Broadbridge from TRINI ECO WARRIORS, talking about the sudden craze for the meat of Red Howler Monkeys that’s sweeping the country.

Read the story that dominated the headlines here,157145.html

It is Stephen Broadbridge who’s given us our quote of the day for Monday’s edition of COUNTERPOINT. Take a listen…

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