St Kitts and Nevis: Premier Brantley meets and greets with children of Cradles Learning Centre

St Kitts and Nevis: Premier Brantley meets and greets with children of Cradles Learning Centre

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St Kitts and Nevis: Premier of Nevis and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Aviation – Mark Brantley visited the Cradles Learning Centre in St Kitts, Basseterre, on April 8, 2022 (Friday).

He mentioned that he is delighted to meet with the owners, staff and children of the learning centre. Premier Brantley, while praising them, said that he was impressed by the level of professionalism shown by the faculty.

Premier Brantley took social media to share the details of his visit to the Learning Centre and stated, “What a day today in St Kitts. Such a pleasure to visit the Cradles Learning Centre in Basseterre this morning and to spend some time with the owners, staff and the adorable children. The facility is absolutely first class, and I was thoroughly impressed with the level of care and professionalism I saw on display.”

Furthermore, he thanked the authorities for their kind invitation and hospitality. He also sarcastically highlighted that the staff and children welcomed him wholeheartedly even after their pizza lunch got delayed because of him.

Premier of Nevis stated, “Thanks to my friend Mr Ible and his wife for the kind invitation and hospitality and to the staff and the children who made me feel so welcomed (even though my visit delayed their pizza lunch by a few minutes).”

It was “A morning well spent” for Premier Brantley.

Earlier, on April 7, 2022, the leader of the Concerned Citizens Movement visited a brand new veterinary and animal welfare centre for Animal Speak. During the visit, the Cabinet Members of the Nevis Island Administration accompanied him.

The Animal Speak Centre has been equipped with cutting edge technology, and professional care for animals is now available at this new facility. The centre also has an extensive pet store where a wide variety of products is available.

The Veterinary and Animal Welfare Centre has been developed in Nevis.