Pan Trinbago president: My team and I have done nothing illegal



Police speak to panmen who met locked gates at the PanTrinbago head office on Duke Street in Port of Spain on Monday. PHOTO BY SUREASH CHOLAI -

PAN TRINBAGO president Beverly Ramsey-Moore says she and her executive have done nothing wrong or illegal as she expressed alarm at protest action taken by members and band leaders on Monday outside of the organisation's Duke Street, Port of Spain head office.

About 20 pan players and band leaders gathered outside the office after they the gates chained and locked.

Ramsey-Moore condemned the action taken by the protesting panmen. She said, "I and my executive have done nothing illegal. This is a new Pan Trinbago that stands for accountability and transparency."

On Monday, former president Keith Byer declared, "The current president and her executive of Pan Trinbago are holding the organisation hostage and is operating illegally."

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