THE PRODUCER of the Soca Monarch competitions in Trinidad would like to see more home support for regional competitors.

Founder of Caribbean Prestige Foundation, William Munro, said the non-Trinidadian acts competing in the International Power Soca and the Play Whe Groovy Soca Monarch competitions needed more support from their governments.

"The representatives shouldn't be spending money to present themselves. Not at all, at all, at all. That should be with the government," said Munro, adding that the representatives from St Vincent and Antigua had "proper" support.

Chairman of the National Cultural Foundation Ken Knight, was quick to point out that Barbados' representative in the International Power Soca Monarch competition Khiomal got financial support from both the NCF and the Ministry of Community Development and Culture.
Knight said he was of the understanding that Khiomal got further assistance in Trinidad. Read More



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