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Premier Brantley to host monthly Press Conference on Thursday

Mark Brantley, Premier of Nevis, will host his monthly press conference on Thursday, February 25, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. in the Nevis Island Administration’s Cabinet Room, 2nd Floor of the Social Security Building at Pinney’s Estate.

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St Kitts & Nevis: Mark Brantley, Premier of Nevis, will host his monthly press conference on Thursday, February 25, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. in the Nevis Island Administration’s Cabinet Room, 2nd Floor of the Social Security Building at Pinney’s Estate.

In this press conference being the Premier of Nevis, he talked about future development plans of the Nevis & also appeals some important instructions to his people. 

Nevis people eagerly wait for this press conference every month as its changes their life.

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Earlier, Brantley joined several people in a massive clean-up of the Long Point Road.

He said,” What a pleasure to join the men and women of the Nevis Division of the Royal St Kitts and Nevis Police Force in a massive clean-up of the Long Point Road.” 

” I commend the High Command in Nevis, particularly Inspector Carty, who was there every step of the way this morning, and the entire team of dedicated professionals who worked hard this morning to make Nevis a cleaner place,” Premier noted. 

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Additionally, Mark Brantley wants to use this opportunity to encourage SKN residents not to litter but to place their garbage in the proper receptacles. 

Mark Brantley urged the residents of SKN to “Let us protect our environment and keep Nevis clean.”

Food lover Brantley always concern about its beautiful Island & always promotes local food. 

He also emphasized, “Man can cook, “he also shared some pictures of vegetables of his farmers. 

He tweeted,” #NevisRecovery #FoodSecurity Freshly picked organic produce from A1 Farms in #Nevis #NevisNaturally.” 

Cleanliness is the key to make the country more beautiful. Even along with 26 countries, SKN has also tamed deadly COVID-19 very systematically.

Talking to Associates Times, William said that I get inspiration from Brantley and start cooking many dishes & even too I started gardening , loving local foods .

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