Nevis: Premier Mark Brantley receives blue tick on Facebook

Premier of Nevis- Mark Brantley received the blue tick on Facebook and added his name into several influential public figures and politicians across the globe.

St Kitts and Nevis: Premier of Nevis- Mark Brantley received the blue tick on Facebook and added his name into several influential public figures and politicians across the globe. The blue tick has marked the unique presence of the Premier on the social media, making his page to be recognised as the official while restricting to get engage in misleading or deceptive practices.

The blue verification will provide efficient authenticity and credibility to Premier Mark Brantley’s Facebook Page while protecting it against any impersonators. It will further position the premier as the influential leader and make him gain high search results by his name. The blue checkmark has indicated that an account’s identity has been verified.

Mark Brantley is the premier of Nevis and the leader of the Concerned Citizens Movement which is the most influential ruling political party in the nation. People across the country applauds Brantley for his efficient leadership and great potential for doing work for the welfare of the nation. With his bold and innovative plans and programme, he paved the path of the development and growth for Nevis. He launched several programme and schemes to benefit the people.

His work in the education, health, tourism, agriculture and economic sector has established enriched base for the development of twin-island Federation. He also raised his voice against the injustice and worked for creating favourable and crime free environment in the country.

In his recent post on Facebook, Premier Mark Brantley visited Malcolm Guishard Recreational Park in Nevis and become one of numerous efforts in the upliftment of the tourism industry. He added, ”Excellent event this morning at the Malcolm Guishard Recreational Park in Nevis as we took a critical look at green investment opportunities in tourism. Kudos to PS John Hanley and the team at Ministry of Tourism for bringing together an excellent panel of local presenters.”

In the education sector, Premier Mark Brantley-led administration launched first ever STEM week in Nevis. It Promises to be a very exciting week filled with activities, all geared toward making the learning process fun. Big thanks to First Federal Credit Union, and to the Republic of China Taiwan for their Generous sponsorship. Education through Focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Stem.

He also interacted with the citizens of Nevis to listen to the citizens and stated,”Visiting my constituency in the Metropolis of Bath today and getting a chance to see my dear friend “Reds”. He lost his home and everything in a fire recently and nearly lost his life. And yet today his words to me were “God is good because it could have been worse”. So many of us have a spirit of complaining and here is Reds with a spirit of gratitude to be alive after such a horrible ordeal. Praise be to God.”

It also shows his remarkable leadership skills and commitment for the welfare of the people which makes him get recognized as the influential leader across the globe.

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