St Kitts and Nevis: Premier Mark Brantley visits Brown Hill, expresses gratitude
St Kitts and Nevis: Premier Mark Brantley visits Brown Hill, expresses gratitude

St Kitts and Nevis: Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley has informed about his visit to his home town Brown Hill. He stated that the ministers received wonderful welcome on the evening of July 19, 2022 from Cross de Part to Budgeon Range to Golden Grove to Bridge Ghaut.

He further expressed that the ministers were glad after listening to the queries of the people of constituencies.

Premier Brantley took social media and informed the general public about his latest visit. His post read, “My home town of Brown Hill what a wonderful welcome we received this evening from Cross de Part to Budgeon Range to Golden Grove to Bridge Ghaut. There is no greater pleasure than meeting constituents and hearing what matters most to them.”

He also expressed gratitude towards the team members, who joined him to the visit to Brown Hill and optimised that Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM) will bring decency and good governance in St Kitts and Nevis.

“Thank you to the team members who joined me as we continue our listening tour knocking on doors and asking for the continued support of constituents as we restore decency and good governance to our Federation,” Premier Brantley asserted.

He also highlighted that August 5th is Freedom Day for St Kitts and Nevis as on this day the country will witness general elections. According to the announcement by Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris, the candidates can file for nomination till July 26, 2022 (Tuesday).

During these general elections, CCM will be contesting for three constituencies – 9, 10 and 11. Premier Brantley will contest from Constituency 9, Eric Evelyn will be the face for Constituency 10, and Alexis Jeffers will contest for Constituency 11. Premier Brantley outlined that this force will take Nevis Forward. Premier has highlighted that CCM is asking our people to vote overwhelmingly for the CCM Team and let us restore decency and good governance to Basseterre.