Public and Private Schools across Nevis have commenced the Mini Olympics on Thursday, April 28, 2022. Premier of Nevis and Leader of Concerned Citizens Movement Mark Brantley have joined and applauded the athletes participating in events.
St Kitts and Nevis: Public and Private Schools across Nevis have commenced the Mini Olympics on Thursday, April 28, 2022. Premier of Nevis and Leader of Concerned Citizens Movement Mark Brantley have joined and applauded the athletes participating in events.
On March 2, 2022, the announcement came from the Premier of Nevis that the Nevis Island administration was planning to host Mini Olympics in April. The decision has been taken to bring the normal phase and resumption of the restrictions imposed by the deadly COVOD-19 pandemic on various mass and social gatherings.
Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley extended a greeting to Junior Minister of Education Troy Liburd and his team for staging a spectacular Mini Olympics yesterday.
Premier Brantley firstly greeted Junior Minister of Education Troy Liburd and his team for staging the spectacular Mini Olympics on the day.
He said, “Congratulations to Troy Liburd and his team for staging a spectacular Mini Olympics yesterday.”
Further, the Premier of Nevis also applauded the commencement of the event, and “the atmosphere of the Mini Olympics was absolutely electric”, for Premier of Nevis.
Besides this, Premier Brantley also applauded all the winners who had performed tremendously well. He also encouraged students to participate in the sports and outlined the significance of the sports.
Along with Premier Brantley, Leader of PAM and Deputy Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis Shawn K Richards also joined the event which could be seen in the photos shared by Brantley.
While greeting the winner, Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley noted, “Of course, congratulations to the Charlestown Primary School and the Maude Crosse Preparatory School for emerging champions in zones A and B.”
On the other hand, he also lauded all the teaching staff and coaches and parents for making the students involved in the extra-curricular activities. He added, “Congratulations to all the other schools as well, their teachers, coaches, parents and most of all, the student-athletes.”
Expressing pleasure over returning back to the normal phase, the leader of CCM stated that due to the two years of COVID-19, everything had somehow gotten frozen, but this mass and the electrifying event has proved the issue recovery of Nevis.
“After two years of the Covid pandemic, the island of Nevis is bouncing back. Praise be to God, “underlined Brantley.
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