Nevis: Premier of Nevis and the leader of the Concerned Citizens Movement, while continuing his league to visit different constituencies, went to his home town of Brown Hill. He interacted with the people and listened to their matters of concern.
Premier Brantley also visited Cross de Part, Budgeon Range, Golden Grove and Bridge Ghaut. He stated that there is no greater pleasure than meeting constituents and hearing what matters most to them.
Leader of CCM asserted, “My home town of Brown Hill, what a wonderful welcome we received this evening from Cross de Part to Budgeon Range to Golden Grove to Bridge Ghaut. There is no greater pleasure than meeting constituents and hearing what matters most to them.”
Premier Brantley extended gratitude to the team members of the Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM), who joined him as they continued the tour and knocking on doors and asking for the continued support of constituents.
He stressed that they would restore decency and good governance to the Federation and called August 5- a freedom day.
Premier Mark Brantley stated, “Thank you to the team members who joined me as we continue our listening tour knocking on doors and asking for the continued support of constituents as we restore decency and good governance to our Federation. August 5 is Freedom Day.”
Leader of CCM Brantley extended gratitude to the members of the CCM team who came together to sort and pack the campaign gear to deliver throughout the communities in Nevis.
“Huge thank you to the members of the CCM team who came together today to sort and pack our campaign gear to deliver throughout the communities in Nevis,” he added.
He asserted that they have shirts, reusable shopping bags, water bottles, watches, whistles, lights and of course, hand sanitiser, all branded CCM. Big Blue is definitely ready for August 5 FREEDOM DAY.
Premier Brantley added that to the hundreds coming home to vote, please don’t worry. They saved their packages for them too.