Nevis: Premier of Nevis and the leader of the Concerned Citizens Movement visited Maddens and Cedar to interact with the people and listen to their various matters of concern. He expressed pleasure in holding an interactive engagement with the people and hearing their views.
Premier Mark Brantley extended gratitude to Alexis Jeffers for inviting the entire team of the Concerned Citizens Movement to walk with him. He asserted that they continuously pay significant heed to the advice and suggestions coming from people.
He and CCM paid a visit to the people of the different constituencies to outline the policies that will be implemented if they get elected.
He noted, “Maddens and Cedar thank you so much for the excellent reception this afternoon as we knocked on every door. One of the things I love most about serving people is engaging with them to hear their views and concerns.”
Leader of CCM expressed pleasure in listening and interacting people.
While extending gratitude to Alexis Jeffers, he stated, “Thanks to the Hon Alexis Jeffers who invited the entire team to walk with him today as we continue to listen to our people and pay heed to their advice and suggestions. In the CCM we know that our People Matter Most.”
Further, Premier Brantley also participated in the pool tournament and ensured their significant support to the game of pool in Nevis.
He added, “Left my cousin Elrose Shop in Bath this morning at 2.45 as I stayed and witnessed the finals of my first ever pool tournament. The participants copped some decent cash prizes, and I have committed to do this regularly as we support the game of pool in Nevis.”
Premier Brantley said thanks to Kimbel for organizing and to Elrose for hosting them. He said that Kudos to all the guys who participated, especially the top 4, and to the man Luchi, who walked away with the grand prize.
In Bath, Premier Brantley also visited a small businessman where he had a haircut from the barber. He stressed that he and his party CCM always worked for the upliftment of the small businesses in Nevis so that the local products could be strengthened.
He added, “I love supporting small businesses in Nevis. Had a great haircut this morning in Bath by a talented barber. Check him out.”