Premier Mark Brantley meets leadership of Fire Service on Nevis

He also extended gratitude to fire officers for their hard work and commitment. Premier Mark Brantley also assured the officers that they would continue their work in the upliftment of the sector. 

Premier Mark Brantley meets leadership of Fire Service on Nevis
Premier Mark Brantley meets leadership of Fire Service on Nevis

Nevis: Premier of Nevis and the leader of Concerned Citizens Movement- Mark Brantley, held an interactive interaction with the leadership of the Fire Service. In the meeting, he was updated on issues impacting the officers and the delivery of services to the island. 

He also extended gratitude to fire officers for their hard work and commitment. Premier Mark Brantley also assured the officers that they would continue their work in the upliftment of the sector. 

He also committed to delivering exceptional service to the officers so that they could function well.

Through his social media, Premier Mark Brantley noted, “Excellent meeting with the leadership of the Fire Services on Nevis this morning as I was updated on issues impacting the officers and the delivery of service to Nevis. I thank our fire officers for their hard work and commitment to keeping us safe and commit to continuing to work with them and the Federal government in delivering exceptional service to Nevis.” 

Premier Mark Brantley, also Minister of Finance in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA), stated that the government is focused on the economic outlook for the island as it is a key indicator that reflects a strong first quarter for 2022. 

After securing a clean sweep victory in Nevis in general elections held on August 5, 2022, Premier Mark Brantley looked forward to engaging with the newly elected Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis- Dr Terrance Drew. He stated that he wants to discuss various matters of concern for both the island and looking forward the friendly relations with the federal government and the island of Nevis. 

Dr Terrance Drew took oath as the fourth Prime Minister of the Federation after securing six out of the eight seats of St Kitts and six out of 11 seats of the twin-island Federation. 

On August 13, 2022, St Kitts and Nevis Labour-led administration announced the cabinet of the parliament, where they distributed different portfolios to the elected members.