Premier of Nevis and the Leader of Concerned Citizens Movement Mark Brantley joined the campaign to raise the fund for the two dialysis patients from St James, Fitzroy and Lester in Nevis Island.
Nevis: Premier of Nevis and the Leader of Concerned Citizens Movement Mark Brantley joined the campaign to raise the fund for the two dialysis patients from St James, Fitzroy and Lester in Nevis Island.
The Nevis Island Administration hosted the fundraising event at Brick Klin in order to generate the funds to help these two dialysis patients and provide financial assistance to the beneficiaries.
While expressing pleasure in participating in the event, Premier Mark Brantley noted, “Spent a glorious afternoon in the heart of Brick Kiln at a fundraising event for two dialysis patients from St James, Fitzroy and Lester.”
Premier Mark Brantley also extended appreciation to Alexis Jeffers for conducting the fundraising event, which will assist the two dialysis patients.
He stated that he is very happy to see the Nevis Island Administration and Alexis Jeffers and their entire team for their Herculean effort that has led to bringing the fundraising event together.
Premier Mark Brantley underlined, “Kudos to Hon. Alexis Jeffers and the entire team for their Herculean effort to bring this event together.”
Premier Mark Brantley also extended gratitude to the people of Nevis and also people who have joined the event from St Kitts for their incredible support in the event.
Premier Mark Brantley stated, “Huge thank you to the whole of Nevis and many from St Kitts who came out to support a worthy cause. There is lots to eat and drink and a ton of entertainment on offer. I am told the event goes until 11 pm, so please go on out and support.”
He further encouraged citizens to come out and support the event to help the beneficiaries in their needy situations.
Premier Mark Brantley also extended appreciation to the Nevisian community for their significant support and urged them to be together always for these kinds of good work.
He asserted, “I love to see how close-knit and loving the Nevisian community is. Let us continue to be our brother’s keeper and our sister’s helper.”
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