St Kitts and Nevis: Premier of Nevis and the leader of the Concerned Citizens Movement- Mark Brantley, attended the annual orientation session with new public servants. He expressed pleasure after watching their dedication and commitment towards their work and the betterment of the island nation.
He also offered words of encouragement to the officers and reminded them of their responsibility. Premier Brantley stressed that their post consisted of numerous duties which are earmarked for the service of the public.
He added that he was pleased this morning to attend the annual orientation session with new public servants and to offer words of encouragement to them as they embark on their careers as public servants of Nevis. He reminded them that their duty and responsibility lie in their name.
“They are “public servants” which means they serve the public. I encouraged them to give the very best service to the public and to carry out their jobs with the professionalism that the modern public service demands, “said the premier.
He also wished them all a long and successful career in the service of the people of Nevis and the wider Federation.
On the same day, Premier Mark Brantley extended greetings to Yakira Elliott, who, along with Lakshya Sharma, are the Nevisian representatives on the St Kitts Nevis Robotics Team, which is headed to Switzerland this weekend to compete in a global robotics competition among some 200 or so teams.
He also conducted a meeting with Yakira yesterday briefly and was able to speak via telephone with Lakshya to wish them and the team every success.
While extending greetings, Premier Mark Brantley stated, “Heartiest congratulations to both youngsters who are making us all exceedingly proud.”
Further, he also shared an update about another grand opening for the people of St Kitts and Nevis to attend with the finest French food available in St Kitts and Nevis. Premier Mark Brantley also stated that the revamped Gin Trap would be an experience like no other.
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