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Walker demands apologies

Published:Thursday | April 3, 2008 | 11:26 AM

The Director of Elections, Danville Walker is demanding apologies from co-host of The Breakfast Club Anthony Abrahams and Attorney-at-Law Abe Dabdoub for comments made during the programme.



A letter written to both men by Mr. Walker’s lawyer said the alleged offensive comments were made on March 6 during the morning current affairs programme, which airs on Newstalk 93 FM.



Mr. Walker claims Mr. Dabdoub slandered him in comments he made about the general elections held on September 3 last year.



The letter also said Mr. Walker is seeking to begin negotiations in relation to compensation for alleged slander arising from the comments.



Attorney-at-law, John Vassel of the law firm DunnCox, is representing Mr. Walker.