Posted: Friday, February 21, 2020. 9:42 am CST.
By BBN Staff: This morning, disgraced former UDP leader-elect and Minister of National Security, John Saldivar appeared on the UDP’s organ, Wave TV and radio and began his presentation by saying that he is appearing there and earlier on Love FM to clear up the ‘great wrong’ that was done to his name and reputation.
Saldivar says that the public was given a story by the media in the weeks leading up to the UDP convention trying to convince people that he is corrupt and that he accepted bribery from Lev Dermen.
Saldivar accused the media of spinning the story and further said that he would later deal with a news station that reported last night that he ( John Saldivar) is public enemy number one.
“One of the news stations said last night that I am public enemy number 1, I want ask them which street them walk weh the common people deh, which establishment they go weh the common people deh, which place they go weh people tell them that John da public enemy number 1 make them come to that conclusion. Now you understand why I no fool around with the media you know. You know why I no fool around with the media because they are a bunch of hypocrites as far as I am concerned. Who feel that their job is to bring people, their job is to destroy people and their job is to destroy people’s reputation,” Saldivar said.
In addition, John said that before the UDP convention he did not engage the media because he ‘does not have any regard’ for most of them.
“Most of them have agendas and I wont play into their agenda,” Saldivar said.
Saldivar said that while he did not engage the media, he worked to reach every delegate of the UDP before the convention.
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