PM Harris to dedicate his monthly Leadership matters to late Ambassador Vance Amory

The Special edition of the Leadership Matters of this month of the Prime Minister will be aired on Tuesday, April 12, 2022, at 8 pm. It will be aired live on the ZIZTV, and the prominent host will be Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris themselves. 

PM Harris to dedicate his monthly Leadership matters to late Ambassador Vance Amory
PM Harris to dedicate his monthly Leadership matters to late Ambassador Vance Amory

St Kitts and Nevis: In remembering the late Former Premier of Nevis and Ambassador Vance Amory, Prime Minister of the twin-island Federation Dr. Timothy Harris to host the special edition of his monthly leadership matters by dedicating the entire session to Amory. 

The Special edition of the Leadership Matters of this month of the Prime Minister will be aired on Tuesday, April 12, 2022, at 8 pm. It will be aired live on the ZIZTV, and the prominent host will be Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris themselves. 

While informing about the leadership Matters, PM Harris noted, “A special edition of #Leadership Matters tomorrow at 8 pm will pay tribute to the Honourable Vance Amory #Remembering Vance Amory.”

Prime Minister stated,” #Remembering Vance Amory be part of this special tribute by sharing your memories,” and shared this on his Facebook Post. 

Prime Minister Harris also shared a poster on his Facebook Post in which it was written that this month’s Leadership Matters with Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris would be dedicated to giving tribute to Premier Vance Amory. 

Further, the messages, photos, and voice notes will be aired on Tuesday, April 12, 2022, at 8 pm. 

Prime Minister Harris also said that people could send their memories with Ambassador Vance Amory and tributes to 661-5683. 

In addition to that, in the poster, “A tribute to Premier Vance Amory”, was also written in the poster

Further, the Moderator of the Leadership Matters would be Jacqueline Bryan. 

Former Premier of Nevis and Ambassador Vance Winkworth Amory passed away on April 2, 2022. He was admitted to the hospital in London, United Kingdom, due to his suffering from a disease – which is currently unknown, where he was declared dead.

Born on May 22 1949, Amory belongs to Rawlins Village in St Kitts and Nevis. He completed all his studies in Nevis and was an active member of the local church since his childhood. Amory was also a renowned West Indies cricketer who played for the Combined Islands and the Leeward Islands, but some injuries forced him to leave cricket forever.