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Rayneau Gajadhar shared his views on poverty in Saint Lucia

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Saint Lucia: In a recent interview, a well-known businessman known with his name of Rayneau Gajadhar, the CEO of RG Group of Companies, shared his thoughts about the financial structure and poverty in the island nation, Saint Lucia, and mentioned that there are no poor people in the country.

The statement by Rayneau Gajadhar raised the debate about the ground reality of poverty and government assistance in Saint Lucia and the other Caribbean nations.

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In the interview on his claim, Gajadhar was asked about the multiple problems in the nation such as the lack of quality education, lack of skills, and issues related to housing which are the important factors in the poverty of Saint Lucia.

In response to this, Gajadhar mentioned about the positive changes that are occurring around the nation in terms of the economy and other sectors. He also talked about the opportunities that are available in the nation and that are going to come in the future by defending his stance.

CEO Gajadhar also added in his statement about the skill issue in the nation while expressing his frustration that there is a lack of motivation in the category of the population that becomes employees to learn new skills and implement them on the field.

He said that most people focus on and give priority to pay over their personal development which is one of the reasons for the cycle of poverty in the nation. Gajadhar highlighted the importance of a change in mindset towards self-development for economic development in his statement.

The interview of CEO Gajadhar was focused on the role of government in solving the issues related to poverty. Gajadhar in his statements talked about a better approach that must be taken by the authorities. He also urged the encouragement of self-development and long-term job opportunities.

Over the concerns about the issue of giving political face to the efforts taken for poverty, Rayneau Gajadhar asked for a review of the programs that are currently being implemented. As per his suggestion, the review will show that how much the programs are successful in gaining a sustainable society rather than just bringing more dependency.

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The interview also revolved around the suggestions that the government may favour populations that depend on the support of the government to maintain control. Gajadhar also highlighted the importance of the media in promoting a culture of self-development in the society.

Rayneau Gajadhar also urged the media to encourage people to take responsibility for society and the financial growth and stability of the self instead of just relying on the government for everything.

The interview and the statements of the CEO Rayneau Gajadhar, revolved around and highlighted the issues faced by the nation towards poverty. It also talked about the strategies and policies that could be implemented for the betterment of the conditions by improving education and skills development plans for economic growth.

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