Men ‘liming’ on corners a possible ‘social challenge’ – Skelton-Cline – Says he doesn’t know if he’s in Jamaica, Santo Domingo or Tortola

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BAUGHERS BAY, Tortola, VI – ZBVI 780am ‘Honestly Speaking’ radio show moderator, Mr Claude O. Skelton-Cline is calling for more monitoring of population as it relates to the high number of males “liming” under trees and at corners in various parts of the territory.

Mr Skelton-Cline made the comments in his opening commentary on the Tuesday, October 8, 2019, edition of his Honestly Speaking show.

‘Social challenge’

“I am deeply concerned about what I see emerging as what would be a social challenge for us here in this country. There were several persons who came into this country on the heel of the Hurricanes in 2017, in part through construction companies and others for the recovery and rebuilding,” he said in reference to the possible source of the high foreign male population now present in the territory.

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