PM Philip J Pierre meets disabled students at Annual Christmas Party in Saint Lucia
PM Philip J Pierre meets disabled students at Annual Christmas Party in Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia: Prime Minister Philip J Pierre shared a glimpse of his meeting with the disabled children islandwide. A post by the Government of Saint Lucia revealed that Prime Minister Pierre spent his Friday with the students with disabilities at the Annual Christmas Party.

According to the social media post, the Prime Minister had fun with 300 children who were invited to the official residence of PM Pierre.


“Yesterday, I had so much fun at the Annual Christmas Party for students with disabilities across Saint Lucia. Over 300 children were invited and hosted at the Residence of Prime Minister Philip J Pierre,” the post read.

While expressing pleasure and gratitude, Prime Minister stated, “Thank you to all the parents, teachers, staff, volunteers and corporate partners who made this day a success.”

The social media post mentioned, “Daily, I am reminded of what Servant-Leadership is all about; it is about the people.”

This gesture by the Prime Minister was praised and lauded by the people of Saint Lucia, while some of them even termed it an “Awesome Job”. The comment section was filled with best wishes and lovely statements. One of the users wrote, “Great job keep up the great work… Blessings to you 🙏❤….Putting people first.”

While another stated, “Absolutely amazing my PM❤ A leader of a nation who cares for all of his people, awesome job👌👍may God blesses you always.” The third mentioned, “PM caring for the people, especially the disabled, the old and the young is important. That can also change the hostile attitude towards leaders.”

The world will celebrate Christmas on December 25, 2022 (Sunday), but the preparations for the same have commenced across the globe. Carnivals, festivals, events and get-togethers to mark the auspicious festivals have been organised worldwide.


This year, the festival will be celebrated after hiatus of two years; now, the world is in a different spot than it was back in 2020. Still, governments and organisations have been putting extra efforts in place to keep their congregations safe while still allowing them to come together and celebrate.

No matter where in the world one is, the spirit of Christmas is still alive. Whether it’s gathering with family and friends, donating to charity, or just taking a moment to appreciate the good in life, Christmas continues to be a time of joy and hope.