Premier Mark Brantley expresses pleasure in completion of road project at Malcolm Hill

Premier of Nevis and the leader of the Concerned Citizens Movement, Mark Brantley, expressed pleasure on the completion of the road project of Malcolm Hill in his constituency.

Premier Mark Brantley expresses pleasure in completion of road project at Malcolm Hill
Premier Mark Brantley expresses pleasure in completion of road project at Malcolm Hill

Nevis: Premier of Nevis and the leader of the Concerned Citizens Movement, Mark Brantley, expressed pleasure on the completion of the road project of Malcolm Hill in his constituency. 

Through his social media, Premier Mark Brantley expressed gratitude to Minister Spencer Brand and his team at Public Works and the leadership of Danny Williams and the road crew on this project. 

He noted, “So happy to bring some relief to the residents of Malcolm Hill in my constituency. Huge thanks to Minister Brand and his team at Public Works and the leadership of Danny Williams and the road crew on this project.” 

Premier Brantley also emphasised that under the CCM-led administration, the Nevis is paving the path of development. He stated, “While some are talking, the CCM government keeps delivering.”

Premier Mark Brantley and his administration is working tirelessly for the upliftment of several sectors and especially the youth of the country

Premier Mark Brantley asserted that they are investing in the people and especially the youth with the refurbished Netball Complex in Charlestown. 

He stated, “In Nevis, we are investing in our people and especially our youth. Join us tomorrow afternoon at the fully refurbished Netball Complex in Charlestown as we welcome netball back home to Mecca. Huge kudos to Ministers Eric Evelyn and Spencer Brand and their teams for some phenomenal work.” 

He expressed gratitude to Ministers Eric Evelyn and Spencer Brand and their teams for some phenomenal work. 

Further, Spencer Brand also expressed pleasure in the reopening of the Hull Stevens Netball Complex in Charlestown after an extensive renovation project. 

He noted, “So happy to see the reopening of the Hull Stevens Netball Complex in Charlestown after an extensive renovation project. Thanks to Hon Eric Evelyn, Minister of Sports, for partnering with my ministry to make this happen….We keep building Nevis brick by brick.”