USING the Little Red Riding Hood story as an analogy, Movement for Social Justice political leader David Abdulah warned workers to be wary of certain people who offer themselves as the solution to poor governance.
Addressing thousands who braved heavy rains at the beginning of the annual Labour Day march at Avocat Junction in Fyzabad on Wednesday, Abdulah asked the former workers of Petrotrin, TSTT and the UTT who were retrenched whether they were happy. After a resounding “no,” Abdulah told the crowd if they are disgusted by leaders like the Prime Minister and Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar, it was time for them to make a change.
“In the story of Little Red Riding Hood, Kamla is the wolf disguised as the grandmother. She is still a wolf no matter what she says.”