Leader of CCM Brantley
Following securing victory in the Nevis Island Assembly elections 2022, the members of the Concerned Citizens Movement extended gratitude with warm thank-you notes to the voters who supported them in the respective constituencies.
The electoral commission declared the results of the Nevis Island Assembly elections 2022 on Monday night. The Concerned Citizens Movement won the two constituencies, while the Nevis Reformation Party also secured the two seats
Spencer Brand of Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM) won the Nevis#1 - St Pauls after the declaration of the result of the Nevis Island Assembly election on Monday.
The election day started in Nevis at 7 pm on Monday, December 12, 2022. Premier of Nevis and the leader of the Concerned Citizens Movement- Mark Brantley, has cast his vote and shared the glimpses on his social media.
Premier of Nevis and the leader of the Concerned Citizens Movement- Mark Brantley, announced that the island witnessed a 6.4% increase in jobs as of July 2022
He also offered words of encouragement to the officers and reminded them of their responsibility. Premier Brantley stressed that their post consisted of numerous duties which are earmarked for the service of the public.
Concerned Citizens Movement-led Nevis Island Administration significantly invested in efficient waste management and ran the cleaning drive on the island. The government has delivered the shipment of 2 brand new garbage trucks and other heavy equipment for the landfill.
As Nevis has been celebrating their vibrant and authentic culture by staging Culturama 48, the authorities announced the results of the Miss Culture Swimwear Pageant and Mr Kool Contest.
The Ministry of Agriculture, through their social media post, stated, "The Department of Agriculture invites you to FETE and CELEBRATE with us at our FRUIT FESTIVAL."
Firstly, Premier Mark Brantley visited Ramsbury along with the team of the Concerned Citizens Movement. He expressed pleasure in talking to the people and hearing their uses. He stated that they feel a deep connection with the people of Nevis.