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Cindy ‘falls on own sword’ after criticising AC Unit project @Sports Complex

Cindy ‘falls on own sword’ after criticising AC Unit project @Sports Complex

Controversial talk show host Rosemary Cindy Rosan, who had publicly criticised a contract for the installation of Air Conditioning Units at the Multi-Purpose Sports Complex, has now fallen on her own sword and praised the work of the project led by Quality Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Ltd.

In a social media post made on December 14, 2022, Rosan said the work was one that is nothing short of excellence, after months of criticising the project.  

“One thing I’ll always do, is give jack his jacket. I’m rough when it comes to holding the Government and its contracts accountable. A lot of conversation was had with the contract to fix the Multipurpose Complex’s AC. That contract has now been fulfilled, and the result is nothing short of excellence,” she added.

The Air Conditioning Units began working some weeks ago, during the just concluded Industrial Volleyball League and it was well received by patrons and players alike.

Work 'Absolutely exceptional' - Cindy 

Calling the work ‘absolutely exceptional and done with pride,” Ms Rosan, who was reportedly a strong critic of the project, has had a change of opinion and added that she loves when locals shine through and had high praises for Quality Air Conditioning and Refrigeration and its Director Mr Kelvin Thomas.

When contacted, Mr Thomas declined to comment via telephone; however, Rosan said she hopes the Ministry of Education will ensure the new AC units are maintained.

The local Recovery and Development Agency (RDA) has from the beginning said the price of the project was right and represented value for public monies.

Rosan had reported dedicated a lot of time on local radio criticising the project, although it was being executed and led by a Virgin Islander.

The Air Conditioning Units began working some weeks ago, during the just concluded Industrial Volleyball League and it was well received by patrons and players alike.

The local Recovery and Development Agency (RDA) has from the beginning said the price of the project was right and represented value for public monies.

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