After getting threats against him and his family, PM Gaston Browne responding to that threat warned the people who were arising death threats that not to test him as he is always prepared to protect him and his loved ones.
Speaking on local radio, the Antigua leader said he was “not afraid. Stop the foolish rhetoric. If you come close to me talking about you are threatening me, you will get hurt, Don’t test me!
“I’m not promoting any violence here, but I want y’all to understand that I’m very spontaneous when it comes to people who bring violence to me.
I’m going to defend myself always. Those of you who are sending these messages, who are posting these things on social media, I’m asking you to cease and desist because if y’all come close to me and threaten me, ya’ll will get hurt,” the Prime Minister said on Pointe FM where the host read a graphic post in which one individual threatened to kill Browne, his wife, his son and his 10-month-old daughter.
PM Gaston Browne, while pointing to the August 5th incident during which a protestor outside Parliament in Kingstown threw a stone that knocked the Vincentian Prime Minister in the head, resulting in a concussion. If they threw the same stone at me that they threw at Ralph, they would be getting it back in their face.
PM Browne said that the opposition is involved in provoking the citizens of the island to act violently against him and his family. Many protests have been staged in the twin-islands nation for criticizing the decision of PM Browne to mandate COVID-19 vaccination as well as making the test regular for the majority of public sector workers.
Making the vaccination mandatory resulted in the protest. These protests are being carrying out in other part of Caribbean the list includes the names of Guyana, Barbados and St. Vincent and the Grenadines