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Nevis: Premier Brantley marches with hundreds of children to celebrate Child Month

Premier of Nevis and the leader of Concerned Citizens, Mark Brantley, expressed pleasure in spending his morning with hundreds of children to mark the celebration of the child month in Nevis.

Nevis: Premier of Nevis and the leader of Concerned Citizens, Mark Brantley, expressed pleasure in spending his morning with hundreds of children to mark the celebration of the child month in Nevis. 

On Friday, June 10, 2022, he spent his morning with the lovely children of Nevis and marched with hundreds of children in the park. 

Premier Mark Brantley also extended gratitude to Minister Troy Liburd and the entire team of the education sector for their significant initiative for the upliftment of the children and their Education. 

The leader of CCM also appreciated the people of St Kitts and Nevis joining them in the significant initiative. 

Mark Brantley noted,” Had such an incredible morning marching with hundreds of children as we celebrated Child Month in Nevis. Kudos to Minister Troy Liburd and the entire team at Education.” 

While extending gratitude to the resident of St Kitts and Nevis, Premier Mark Brantley expressed,” Huge thanks to our brothers and sisters who came from St Kitts to join us. Our future is bright in Nevis!! Praise be to God.”

Various schools have participated in march and outlined awareness about social causes such as Save Water, Save Earth.

Premier Brantley always hailed the people of St Kitts and Nevis for their huge support to the leader of CCM. He stated that their part except for huge support in the upcoming elections. 

Mark Brantley underlined,” I love my Kittitian brothers and sisters and fully expect that they will stand with Nevis and say Fair share for all.”

Special Advisor Spencer Brand also commented on his post and extended greetings to the Education Minister of Nevis. He exclaimed,” Congrats to our Minister of Education, education officials, teachers, parents, and children for a great outing with our children.” 

Further, Premier Mark Brantley also shared some glimpses of the time he spent with the hundreds of children. In the pictures, it could be seen that hundreds of children, parents, and teachers indulged in various fun activities such as marching. 

The pictures clearly show that Premier Mark Brantley had a great time and explore new things with the children.

Here are some glimpse:

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