Saturday 5 December, 2020

Errol Fabien needs $350K to save his house and Gayelle station

Gayelle founder Errol Fabien is seeking to raise $350,000 in 24 hours to keep his home

Gayelle founder Errol Fabien is seeking to raise $350,000 in 24 hours to keep his home

Errol Fabien, media personality and owner of Gayelle, is seeking to raise TT$350,000 to stop the bank from evicting him from his home.

Fabien started a GoFundMe account to raise the necessary funds in the next 24 hours.

Through a live video on Facebook this morning Fabien revelaed that the police was sent to his house in St Joseph to evict him. The video footage showed men removing equipment and furniture from the house.

Fabien runs Gayelle from his home and he said while he has places that he can find shelter, he has nowhere to house his equipment and years of archival footage.

"I just don't have work, I am not earning," said Fabien in a second video where he announced the setting up of the  GoFundme account.

To donate, go to GoFundMe or deposit funds at his bank account1205715 at Scotia Bank.

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