Garry Griffith lauds media houses for extending support to NTA in Trinidad and Tobago

The National Transformation Alliance (NTA) thanks to the range of local, regional and international media houses that extended invitations for interviews during the launch week of the party, especially those media outlets with a focus on Caribbean affairs.

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Trinidad and Tobago: Former Commissioner of Police of Trinidad and Tobago Garry Griffith extended their gratitude and appreciated the media houses for supporting the National transformation alliance. He stated that he appreciated the opportunity to share the philosophy and the genesis of our formation with stakeholders in Trinidad and Tobago, the Caribbean and North America.

Here is the full statement of Garry Griffith: 

The National Transformation Alliance (NTA) thanks to the range of local, regional and international media houses that extended invitations for interviews during the launch week of the party, especially those media outlets with a focus on Caribbean affairs.

Since the NTA’s announcement on Saturday 30th April 2022, almost every media house in Trinidad and Tobago has contacted us, as well as several regions and internationally. Each of these appearances on media houses beyond our borders afforded the NTA the opportunity to reach hundreds of thousands of persons outside of our country’s shores.

The NTA thanks CEEN TV Jamaica, RIDEALONG Live in Brooklyn, New York and WZYE TV in New Jersey for the enthusiastic conversations with their respective audiences, and we look forward to speaking with the many others who are contacting us from around the region, the US and Canada.

Each interaction speaks to the way the NTA is seen by those outside the T&T borders, and their interest is well founded, as the NTA not only understands the role it will play as a catalyst for national transformation but also as unifiers with a different model of governance, and a movement with a responsibility to the diaspora, as well as regional and international brothers and sisters.

Guided by the philosophy of a belief in strength in unity and sharing expertise, interim political leader of the NTA, Gary Griffith, held a strategic meeting, a few weeks ago, with the heads of the protective services in Guyana, inclusive of the Minister of Home Affairs, to share his expertise on the techniques and systems used by Griffith to achieve the record reductions in crime that Trinidad and Tobago saw in the second half of Griffith’s three year contract with the TTPS.

Embracing regional integration and assisting our regional neighbours is a core element of NTA governance, as this approach fosters reciprocation by way of opportunities for T&T nationals across the region, and assures regional cooperation in the battle against criminal elements, including those elements with a multi-national footprint.

For this reason citizens can feel confident that an NTA administration will enter the hallowed halls of Parliament with a sober governance acumen and represent Trinidad and Tobago in regional and international affairs with a focus on the shared interests and commonality of our neighbours, rather than our differences.