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Sealys: Women in Public Service Should Not Be Reporting to Doctor Ubaldus Raymond

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The President of Raise Your Voice Saint Lucia, Catherine Sealys, asserting that Public Service Minister, Doctor Ubaldus Raymond owes everyone an apology over a nude photo scandal, has declared that women in the public service should not be reporting to him.

“Who was the naked person in the photos?” Sealys demanded to know in an interview aired by Hot FM.

Her comments follow this weeks announcement by Raymond that he had accepted apologies from two young ladies who were charged with blackmailing him, and was happy that the case was closed.

Curshaby Alexander and Kershel Louis, who were both 18 at the time, were arrested last year after nude photos of Raymond were leaked online.

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Raymond, who was Minister in the Ministry of Finance at the time, told reporters Monday that both accused have accepted their wrong.

“That man should be ashamed. He should have been ashamed to have embarrassed his wife and family, ashamed to have embarrassed his cabinet colleagues, ashamed to have embarrassed Saint Lucia,” the Raise Your Voice Saint Lucia President asserted.
She expressed the view that Raymond had insulted and disrespected every woman in Saint Lucia.
“I am disturbed by his behaviour. I am disturbed by his mindset, I am disturbed by the smug smile that he has on his face, thinking he is right – and he is not right,” Sealys remarked.
She said Raymond should resign.
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