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Dancehall Artiste David Brooks better known as Mavado has had charges against him withdrawn. Mavado was freed of the charges of illegal possession of firearm and shooting with intent. He was charged jointly with Sameer Coombs.
The Director of Public Prosecution DPP made an order that the proceeding should not continue after the Police told the court this week that the witnesses had migrated.
The charges stem from an incident on July 27 last year on Mannings Hill Road in Saint Andrew when two people were shot and wounded.
Because of his arrest Mavado was recently denied entry to the United States and was also considered a security threat by Guyanese Government.
Despite all these controversies, the deejay among other great accomplishments has been chosen as the new spokesman for the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management (ODPEM) in light of the hurricane season. Mavado⿿s duty is to raise awareness and encourage citizens to keep their communities, drains and gullies clean and free of garbage and other debris.



Britain Army wants Caribbean recruits
Sunday, 08 June 2008
The British army could increase its recruitment of soldiers from the Caribbean and other Commonwealth countries due to low recruitment and retention in Britain because of poor salary.

There are some 600 Jamaicans already in the British army.

British nationals are shunning the army as new recruits are earning less than garbage collectors and traffic wardens in England.

This week, British army Chief Sir Richard Dannatt complained that frontline soldiers got paid less than traffic wardens.

He called for above-inflation pay increases if the army was to maintain its commitments in Afghanistan and Iraq.

The Guardian Newspaper recently reported that nearly one in five soldiers in the British army could come from Commonwealth countries by 2020.

It also reported talks of a possible limit on the number of Commonwealth soldiers recruited.

The number of Commonwealth citizens in the army has increased from 360 in 1998 to more than 6,600 today.

A British soldier's starting salary is £12,572 a year compared with a traffic warden's basic wage of £17,000.