Chairman of Caribbean Aircraft Handling resigns following exam controversy at BCC

An Anglican Cleric who was at the centre of an exam controversy at the Barbados Community College (BCC) has stepped down as Chairman of the government-owned, Caribbean Aircraft Handling Company.

Reverend Reginald Knight had also resigned as an ethics tutor at the BCC and was suspended from duties by the local Anglican church pending an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the alleged leaking of the answers to an ethics exam.

He has confirmed to Starcom Network News, that he is no longer associated with the Ground Handling company, located at the Grantley Adams International Airport.

Reverend Knight, the assistant priest at St. Peter’s Parish church, was appointed as Chairman of Caribbean Aircraft Handling on August 1st last year.

He said the decision to remove himself from the company was entirely his decision.