Leader of the Public Services Association (PSA), Watson Duke met with founder of Drugs Sou Sou (DSS), Kerron ‘Preeze’ Clarke, at his office today.
In a Facebook live following the meeting, Duke said the PSA is considering joining with DSS to help them get answers.
“I want you to know that I am standing with Mr Clarke on this ground. So long as poor people’s money is involved in that and so long as workers’ money is involved in that, I am involved,” he declared.
Duke revealed that the situation which led to police indefinitely seizing almost $8 million last week involves him because hundreds of PSA members invested in DSS.
“As a man in whom many, I would say, not only many, but thousands of our members have invested in. We have been compiling a list. What you see here represents only about 200 members of the PSA that would have invested their money and that’s only what we have here,” he said.