HEADLINE: Skerritt Reported To CWI Ethics Committee

link CaribbeanCricket.com Joined: Mar 5, 2003
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6/28/20, 12:38:45 PM 

President of Cricket West Indies (CWI) Ricky Skerritt could find himself before the Justice Winston Anderson-chaired CWI Ethics Committee after a report was submitted to the body accusing him of breaches of the CWI Code of Ethics as well as a violation of the memorandum of association.

The Gleaner has been reliably informed that Justice Anderson received a report in the form of a complaint from one of the CWI directors last week, outlining several issues tantamount to breaches of CWI’s Code of Ethics, stemming from the now-controversial PKF consultants Business Situation Assessment and Financial Report.

Contents of the complaint report, which was obtained by The Gleaner, state that Skerritt violated Article 102 of the memorandum of association, allegedly “entering into a contractual engagement with PKF without the prior knowledge, approval, or authorization of the CWI board of directors.”

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link Drapsey Joined: Dec 25, 2007
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6/28/20, 12:48:52 PM 
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This is so fact up.

The Big IDIOT continues to make trouble even after being categorically dumped by the WIBC electors over a year and one half ago.

Now, let's see whether he gets the WICB vote in his bid to chair the World Cricketing body, the ICC. evil

link camos Joined: May 5, 2003
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6/28/20, 1:58:34 PM 
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Justice Anderson received a report in the form of a complaint from one of the CWI directors last week, outlining several issues tantamount to breaches of CWI’s Code of Ethics, stemming from the now-controversial PKF consultants Business Situation Assessment and Financial Report.


Is this an ethics issue or a breach of operational procedures?

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6/28/20, 6:23:51 PM 
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he breached operational procedures by not seeking the boards approval and acted unethically when he leaked the report to his cronies without giving Cameron an opportunity to respond to the "findings"

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6/28/20, 8:33:40 PM 
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I see but the should start with the more egregious act, and then the ethics violation.

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6/29/20, 5:28:20 AM 
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I see but the should start with the more egregious act, and then the ethics violation.
more egregious!!!! seriously ???
Interesting point unfortunately he has shown a complete disregard for the procedures set out by his own board and furthermore he is the custodian of those rules

By his action at worst he has shown contempt for his own organisation at best you could say he had little faith in the board on matters that required confidentiality.

In either case by his actions his position becomes untenable. He has to go full stop....... should he remain in his position then a precedent will have been set

maybe he should put his hat in the ring to become ICC Chairman

link Star Joined: Nov 27, 2002
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6/29/20, 7:27:12 AM 
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Once again people are mistakingly assuming that President Skerritt must inform the ousted Cameron of the goings on at CWI.

Nothing can be further from the truth. The Director who is attempting to foment dissention within the ranks of CWI is a staunch supporter of the ousted individual.

This will come of nought.

link XDFIX Joined: Mar 1, 2003
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6/29/20, 7:44:48 AM 
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Are you saying if you have a writ against someone, he has no right to know?

link Headley Joined: Dec 1, 2007
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6/29/20, 7:53:18 AM 
“entering into a contractual engagement with PKF without the prior knowledge, approval, or authorization of the CWI board of directors.”


Seems to me this is the violation we should worry about. The first thing we need to know is whether he has contracted with other entities without the knowledge and approval of his board.

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6/29/20, 8:21:47 AM 
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Once again people are mistakingly assuming that President Skerritt must inform the ousted Cameron of the goings on at CWI.
that he was devious in his actions would suggest that he cannot be trusted.

he bypassed the board and passed on confidential information huge breach

The Director who is attempting to foment dissention within the ranks of CWI is a staunch supporter of the ousted individual
where is the dissension


He entered into a contractual arrangement with one of his pals ....... Red flag!!!!!
in any reputable organisation this would be considered fraudulent,he acted outside of his authority and hid his actions from his own board ........Red Flag
leaked info to news sources probably got paid...... Red Flag

He should be removed from office or at least suspended whilst an investigation takes place......... Under no circumstances should he be trusted.

The same goes for any board member who supports his actions or was privy to the action he took.

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6/29/20, 2:15:47 PM 
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Are you saying if you have a writ against someone, he has no right to know?


Is there a writ against Cameron?

link Star Joined: Nov 27, 2002
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6/29/20, 2:35:43 PM 
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that he was devious in his actions would suggest that he cannot be trusted.


he bypassed the board and passed on confidential information huge breach


He entered into a contractual arrangement with one of his pals ....... Red flag!!!!


in any reputable organisation this would be considered fraudulent ==


How on earth is what you stated above relevant to your conclusion below. When did it become customary for a sitting President of an organisation to inform an ousted President of anything pertaining to the organisation he was ousted from?

You guys got this thing all wrong.

He acted unethically when he leaked the report to his cronies without giving Cameron an opportunity to respond to the "findings"

link camos Joined: May 5, 2003
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6/29/20, 2:43:51 PM 
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Dude ,an entity does not need a board if the board does not provide oversight for acts of the president.

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6/29/20, 3:46:57 PM 
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Dude an entity does not need a board if the board does not provide oversight for acts of the president


yuh have time......

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6/29/20, 10:09:07 PM 
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Dude ,an entity does not need a board if the board does not provide oversight for acts of the president.

Are you missing the point here? Why are you being so daft? The issue is with the following statement.

He acted unethically when he leaked the report to his cronies without giving Cameron an opportunity to respond to the "findings"


I refuse to engage any of you further if you all cannot understand that President Skerritt is not and was not in any way obligated to inform the person he defeated of anything pertaining to CWI.

link Kay Joined: Jan 31, 2015
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6/29/20, 10:21:00 PM 
If he did enter into a contractual arrangement with one of his pals then this is big time COI. He should be fired pronto ....

link ponderiver Joined: Jan 26, 2004
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6/30/20, 2:26:38 AM 
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Keep clutching at straws if thats the only point you have truck with

His actions have shown him to be deceitful and manipulative completely without honour He has to go

Buh Bye

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6/30/20, 7:52:56 AM 
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His actions have shown him to be deceitful and manipulative completely without honour He has to go

Buh Bye




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