Clare Cowan

CEO of Cahill Energy, EXPOSED!

Cowan a little peeved with Tempro

Cowan a little peeved with Tempro

More documents leaked to BU expose the financial state of the CEO of a company described as the facilitator of a USD350 million waste-to-energy plant in Barbados. In recent days, Barbadians agitating against […] the project have experienced the satisfaction of reading a statement from Minister of the Environment Denis Lowe which reassures Barbadians all checks and balances will be applied to the application to build a waste-to-energy-plant in Barbados.

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92 Comments on “CEO of Cahill Energy, EXPOSED!”

  1. de Ingrunt Word September 30, 2015 at 10:29 AM #

    That should read: “I have SEEN articles…”

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  2. David September 30, 2015 at 10:38 AM #

    @Dee Word

    The issue here is the need to shine a light on the lack of governance that the Cahill issue has exposed. The ease with which ministers of government who are trusted by the public to do its business enter agreements with nufinarians by ignoring financial rules and other laws. We should have learned a lesson from Greenland.

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  3. Donna September 30, 2015 at 10:47 AM #

    Dee Ingrunt Word,

    I have sat down around the table with many men who allowed foolishness to go on and kept their mouths shut because they “got a mortgage to pay”. The three persons who stood up to this idiot pooch licking male boss were three women including myself who also had mortgages to pay. After he tried to bribe me with offers of friendship he wasn’t satisfied with my version of friendship, which entailed telling him the truth “as a friend”. It was a fight after that which saw him winning the battle but me winning the war.

    Bushie needs to let go of that particular “truth”.

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  4. Spinks September 30, 2015 at 10:54 AM #

    The Cahill project treats to sustainable development and sustainable progress includes road and transport infrastructure. The Town Hall meeting at Queens College tonight on the IADB loan puts the road network under the spotlight. Living and working in Glenburnie , St. John rules out attendance at the Town Hall meeting . Having said that there are spots of bother attendees are reminded to point out to Minister Lashley’s team.

    The meeting agenda lists the ABC Highway as down for discussion. A question to be tabled is when is the Warren’s to Redman Village section of the ABC to be finished. Then there are the outages and poor street lighting along the entire stretches of the ABC and Spring Garden Highways often the causes of accidents and near misses. These are problems to be fixed.

    Bridgetown cries out for a sustainable street lighting plan. Its laughable the repeated promises by the city merchants organization to brighten up the dimly lit streets of Bridgetown. Not unlike the public sector the private sector promises have turned out to be empty promises. The public awaits the LED and solar street lights much ballyhooed as a plank of the energy saving and sustainable development agenda.

    The sidelining of the Ministry of Transport vehicles is a worry. The Minister is duty bound to return the call to the media on this vexing matter. A workman lacking tools is an exercise in futility. The MOT with broken and idle equipment is the same thing. Whoever stole the $80,000 repairs budget must be brought to justice. The memo for the Town Hall meeting.

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  5. RastaR September 30, 2015 at 11:31 AM #

    pieceuhderockyeahright
    September 30, 2015 at 9:33 AM
    Point taken
    Unfortunately I don’t have time to meander and like to get to the point .
    It’s not about word count it’s about content.
    Will try harder lol

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  6. pieceuhderockyeahright September 30, 2015 at 11:33 AM #

    @ De Ingrunt Word

    I just thought I would give you a smattering of the “Investigative reporting” that the nation News posts.

    Take a look at http://www.nationnews.com/nationnews/news/72667/deadly-robbery

    There as a part of their Investigative Journalism you will see the quality of that IJ

    By the way effing we needs to unnerstand whu investigative journalism is “Investigative journalism is a form of journalism in which reporters deeply investigate a single topic of interest, such as serious crimes, political corruption, or corporate wrongdoing. An investigative journalist may spend months or years researching and preparing a report.”

    Now as all uh wunna know de ole man is a plagiarist of great renown.

    I did nevah had an original idea of my own ovah all dese years and probably will nevah have one pun dis side uh de “beatuful shores” so I, since de granson show me how to copy and paste, get to copying nuff tings

    Anyway de article in part states “His wife Zoe arrived just before dark and broke into tears when she saw all the parked vehicles, investigators and reporters. She attempted to hide her face with a handbag to shield herself from the clicking cameras. (YB)”

    Now tell de ole man dis…

    Whu sorta dogshyte Investigative Reporting is “…She attempted to hide her face with a handbag to shield herself from the clicking cameras…”

    A woman husband get kill and she crying like shyte and de same lascivious publishers of school children having sex in a class room, get to reporting pun a violent crime and meking dis sort uh shyte statement.

    Now you unnerstand whu IJ is in light uh dis sorta shyte, right?

    Who is this YB doah? De ole man gine bet it is some wannabe wuman reporter dat got a big botsie (dat is de requirement to wuk at de nation, Harold tell me so) and an empty head

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  7. Anne September 30, 2015 at 2:33 PM #

    It seems that black folks always have the wool pulled over their eyes by white folks. Our leadership in this country is cause of serious concern. Imagine what 350 million dollars can do. The government should try to get Clico to pay the people they robbed. Stop spending money so foolishly. The political leaders need to open their eyes.

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  8. charles laverick September 30, 2015 at 5:28 PM #

    i saw her fully dressed . please dont show this woman exposed i beg u.

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  9. de Ingrunt Word September 30, 2015 at 6:01 PM #

    @Pieces, you a real octogenarian fah truth? I can’t believe that any respectful gentleman born back in the 30’s and who talks with pride and joy about he granddaughters and other female fam members cud get bout de place and and bad talk the fair sex like dat : ” … wuman reporter … got [to have] a big botsie … and an empty head”. Oh lawd!

    The reporter appeared most intent on just reporting the facts of the lady’s predicament and trying to give readers a direct perspective of the pain and suffering being experienced. No investigative work there…straight up news.

    But of course I was myself a bit taken aback when I originally read in the Nation “she attempted to hide her face with a handbag to shield herself from the clicking cameras” because it seemed to me that the reporter was in some way trying to suggest that the distraught wife of a man so brutally and senselessly murdered had something to hide.

    The words didn’t seem very compassionate to me. So yes I though that it was real pissy reporting too.

    Anyhow, that is still no reason to lambaste the female reporters at the Nation like that.

    I can see that you were a man who administered corporal punishment to instill discipline…and I ain’t talking about to your children!!! LOL.

    Your granddaughters gine tek way that tablet from you and make you go outside to work with the flowers and garden as punishment!

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  10. pieceuhderockyeahright September 30, 2015 at 6:26 PM #

    @de Ingrunt Word

    That is “prezactly” the point compassion and that nuance and realization that the wife was not hiding.

    You are unfortunately an anachronism DIW someone who reads between the lines and is not swayed by populist thought but directed by reason.

    It is proposed that, the longer we remain here, on this side, we are supposed to get an inkling of wisdom, unfortunately de ole man ent get dat memo and AC will tell you that as part of the geriatric population, de ole man does doan unnerstan nuffin bout dese tings

    The sad thing about this Cowan Cahill matter lies not in the graft and kickbacks that these ministers sought at the detriment of our nation but that, in the face of their glaring inability to change the economic avalanche into the doldrums, they DO NOT KNOW HOE TO ASK FOR HELP,!!

    Their hearts have been hardened by a power that is greater than all the BU literati for a purpose that you and I have yet to see but would seem to be creating a new bajan citizen who finally understands that when dem bring dogshyte to our door and ask us to vote, we CANNOT PUT THAT POWER IN THE HANDS OF BRASS BOWLS NUH MORE

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  11. Due Diligence September 30, 2015 at 7:01 PM #

    @pieceuhderockyeahright September 30, 2015 at 6:26 PM #

    “………. in the face of their glaring inability to change the economic avalanche into the doldrums, they DO NOT KNOW HOE TO ASK FOR HELP,!!”

    The PM is/was just up in North America pleading with Bajans to send money, and the Guv up there trying to sell Barbados Savings Bonds. And the PM was begging the UN to give Barbados LDC financing concessions. So they are asking expats for help.

    Donville and Chris said Would Bank don’t know what they are talking about. And, of course IMF had nothing to do with the home-grown restructuring programme.

    So, who they gonna to ask for help?

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  12. pieceuhderockyeahright September 30, 2015 at 7:42 PM #

    @ Due Diligence

    The help they need is not solely the monetary type

    They need help with ideas and HR with the skill to make something happen.

    And let de ole man show you how dem trying a ting again to get peeple ideas fuh $10,000

    De Blogmaster is a real sharp fellow/community

    He jes post an article dat de Central Bank and de Minister uh Finants think up to get peeple ideas fuh nuffin

    Billion Dollar dreams!! Or something like it.

    Go en check out de requirements and whu documents dem axing you fuh and you gine see how desperate dem fellows is and how dem got up a picture uh some Brafwit feller dat I hope ent related to Adriel Nitwit we Attorney General

    Even now, in de face uh all de shyte dat going on dem using a crooked rod to draw a straight line.

    You mean dat you seeking billion dollar ideas and offering shyte money of $10,000!!!

    Of course de cvunts called Bajans gine submit all dem business plans tuh de guvner uh de Central Bank fuh Stinkliar and he peeples tuh gi way tuh dem friends en ting

    Even now dem still putting out tricks dem

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  13. Hants September 30, 2015 at 7:52 PM #

    Barbados governments have always made overseas Bajans aware of their duty to send back remittances and to Invest in those fields and hills.

    Unfortunately it is not a good time for those of us living in Canada to invest in Barbados because of the low value of the Canadian dollar. $1cad = $1.50bds.

    Alot of Bajans will continue to send goods and cash to their families to “help them out”.

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  14. Due Diligence September 30, 2015 at 8:08 PM #

    Does that mean you won’t be a $,5000.00 Platinum Sponsor of the Billion Dollar Dream.

    Just think about the opportunities to promote the CIM (not CUM) for your Assification WTF, and the Sponsor benefits

    You could

    Display the CIM’s banners at all Billion Dollar dreams events
    Speak to the five (5) shortlisted entrants during the workshop
    Be mentioned in advertisements, on the Bank’s website and be acknowledged during the Forum
    Receive invitations for two (2) Company Executives to attend the Forum
    Take a photo with Mr. Nicholas Brathwaite
    Receive invitations for two (2) to the Closing Sir Winston Scott Memorial Lecture Dinner in honour of Mr. Nicholas Brathwaite

    With that kind of exposure you are sure to sell out the WTF offering.

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  15. pieceuhderockyeahright September 30, 2015 at 9:42 PM #

    @ Due Dilligence

    I will await the IPO details at the hotel.

    I see that you have been studying my WTF offerings very closely. Do not stand to close to the rear of the Assification plants because the noxious fumes are known to be harmful if inhaled directly

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  16. Sunshine Sunny Shine October 1, 2015 at 3:38 AM #

    Hahaha Alvin ”the Donkey” Cummins you are one piece of washed up work. One yard fowl pointing out all the wrong to another yard fowl about what their party did. Yet this yard fowl with a twist of donkey, want all to believe he is a truth bearer, when he is nasty piece of wrapped up pretense hiding behind a few English words and trying to convince everyone that he is omnipotent as he is omnipresent (because he can be in Canada and Barbados all at the same time). Alvi babes you know you have not washed all your dirty linen clean or remove all the skeletons from the closet. You should remember that you cannot burn the papers that are in the hands of the others. Someone does not like you and they certainly providing a topsy of information about your nastiness. Ewwww I want to vomit…Clock ticking Alvi..tick tock tick tock..please make your move. The SSS is waiiiiiiting hun

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