There’re indications this afternoon that President of the Caribbean Maritime University, Dr. Fritz Pinnock, could be told to retake leave of absence from the post until the end of investigations into alleged corruption at the institution.
Acting Prime Minister, Dr. Horace Chang, says Dr. Pinnock should not have returned to work on September 30.
Dr. Chang says the embattled President of the CMU should not be at work while investigations are still underway into alleged activities at the University.
Dr. Chang was speaking on Cliff Hughes Online today.
He says the future of the Board of the CMU will have to be reviewed if the Board had sanctioned Dr. Pinnock’s return to work.
Yesterday, PNP President Dr. Peter Phillips held a media conference and demanded that Dr. Pinnock be sent back on leave.