Premier Brantley joins instalment of Exposition Nevis, expresses pleasure 

He said, "What a wonderful day today at the Nevisian Heritage Village in Fothergills as we celebrated yet another instalment of Exposition Nevis from the Ministry of Tourism."

Premier Brantley joins instalment of Exposition Nevis, expresses pleasure 
Premier Brantley joins instalment of Exposition Nevis, expresses pleasure 

St Kitts and Nevis: Premier of Nevis and Leader of Concerned Citizens Movement Mark Brantley expressed pleasure on the instalment of Exposition Nevis from the Ministry of Tourism. 

Mark Brantley stated that they had celebrated the launch event of the exposition Nevis that was created by the Ministry of Tourism of the island. 

He said, “What a wonderful day today at the Nevisian Heritage Village in Fothergills as we celebrated yet another instalment of Exposition Nevis from the Ministry of Tourism.”

Premier Brantley outlined the various events in the exposition Nevis. He expressed pleasure after watching and witnessing the talents of the people of the country. 

He also tried a great meal at the event where he enjoyed his favourite dish called Ital in calabash. Besides this, Brantley showed appreciation for the incredible work done by the participants of the event. 

Leader of CCM exclaimed, “Really happy to see traditional cooking in a box oven, in a clay pot on three stones and to enjoy Ital, hot bread and red butter with cheese and of course cornmeal and steamed fish. I even had my Ital in a calabash dish.”

Brantley expressed honour to be a part of the event and explore the life of different ages in the country. He applauded them for saving and preserving the Becussina culture alive among themselves and extending it to the other people. 

He said, “It was an honour to see our seniors and our children perform traditional dances as we continue to keep our culture alive. Of course, it was also good to see my former teacher and dear friend and former First Lady of Nevis. Such happiness in our beloved Nevis.”

Outlining the events, he emphasized that they are going until 6 pm, so head on over and enjoy the delicious food and the absolutely amazing atmosphere.

Extending gratitude, the Premier of Nevis said, “Thanks to the leadership of PS John Hanley and the hard work of all the staff, especially the manager at the Heritage Village Narnia Arthurton.”

Premier Brantley also applauded a lady named Jacqueline Williams-King, who was his teacher in school and teach a lessons of life. 

He said:

This lady Jacqueline Williams-King was my teacher in school when I was yet a boy. Today she and I look like we are the same age. She has not aged at all and I believe it is because the grace of God is upon her. She remains one of my favourite people because of her humility, her classiness and her good natured personality always smiling always generous with her time.

Nevisians were once proud to call her our First Lady. I am proud to call her my teacher and my friend.