Nevis: Premier of Nevis and the leader of Concerned Citizens Movement Mark Brantley expressed honoured to attend the opening of the brand new premises of National Caribbean Insurance Nevis on Friday, July 15, 2022.
Premier Brantley stressed that he continues to be encouraged at the level of investment taking place in Nevis. He assured that his CCM would always work tirelessly to expand the business on the island.
Mark Brantley noted, “Truly an honour to attend the opening of the brand new premises of National Caribbean Insurance Nevis. I continue to be encouraged at the level of investment taking place in Nevis and the ongoing business expansion on the island.”
He expressed pleasure that NCI has moved from 4 staff to 17. Premier Brantley also applauded Sonia Pemberton, who officially cut the ribbon, and Lorna Mae Pemberton, who was recognized for 43 years of service to NCI
“I was particularly pleased to hear that NCI has moved from 4 staff to 17. Kudos to Sonia Pemberton, who officially cut the ribbon and Lorna Mae Pemberton, who was recognized for 43 years of service to NCI. May God continues to prosper their efforts,” underlined Mark Brantley.
Later on the same day, Premier Mark Brantley also visited Jessups to continue his tours to the different constituencies in Nevis. He was happy to receive the warm reception from the people of Jessups.
He was accompanied by the members of the Concerned Citizens Movement. Premier Brantley stated that he and Alexis Jeffers have gone to the house to hosue and hear the views and concerns.
Our listening tour continues as we knock on doors and hear the views and concerns of the Nevisian people. Thank you so much for the warm reception in Jessups today #CCMWeReady #IncreaseTheMomentum pic.twitter.com/iUdxzMBONv
— Hon. Mark Brantley (@markbrantley3) July 16, 2022
Premier Brantley noted, “Jessups, oh Jessups, what a wonderful reception this afternoon as the CCM team accompanied the Alexis Jeffers in going house to house and hearing your views and concerns.”
The leader of CCM extended gratitude to the people for offering wan reception. He added, “Thank you so much for being so receptive to our message of hope for a better Federation. Our listening tour continues all across Nevis as we listen to the issues that matter to you most.”