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Umar Abdullah, leader of the First Wave Movement carries a T&T flag as he lead the march around the Queen Park Savannah.

Acting Commissioner of Police Mc Donald Jacob thanked organisers of “The Worldwide Rally to Freedom” march for complying with public health guidelines. He also thanked police officers who were called off of leave to supervise the event to ensure compliance.

The following is a press release from the TTPS:

Acting Commissioner of Police, Mc Donald Jacob thanked the organisers of “The Worldwide Rally to Freedom” march for their cooperation with the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS), during today’s event.

The march took place at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain between 2 pm and 5 pm. Police estimate that around 90 persons participated in the march, which was led by Mr. Umar Abdullah.

The participants complied with the guidelines stated by CoP Ag. Jacob in the document granting permission for the march. The crowd made three laps around the Queen’s Park Savannah in a peaceful and organised manner.

Acting Commissioner Jacob also thanks the police officers who were called off of leave to supervise the event to ensure compliance with Public Health Regulations.