Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Drew, has announced that he will be hosting Labour #8 Branch Meeting for his 8th (eighth) constituency scheduled on Sunday, 26 February 2023, at Conaree Community Centre.
According to the reports, Prime Minister Drew took to his official Facebook account to invite his fellow St Kittians to participate in the conference as the Parliamentary representative from his constituency.
He confirmed that the meeting will commence on Sunday, at 4:30 pm, under the theme ‘Keeping Connected with Prime Minister Drew.’ The theme of the conference makes it clear that the meeting will be focused on connecting the general public of the Twin-island Federation with PM directly.
The residents of the county will get an opportunity to interact with the PM face to face, which will certainly increase the engagement between the administration and citizens of the nation. PM Drew would listen and resolve the daily issues and challenges of the people.
In addition, during the meeting, Prime Minister will be engaging in the discussions with the residents of every age group to deeply understand and resolve their issues during their interaction and provide suitable solutions.
The PM will extend his support in several aspects, such as education and facilitating the learning of students through the advanced learning material.
Getting a better understanding of the whole picture in the education system straight from the students, the government could help and make a difference in the betterment of the overall academic structure in St Kitts and Nevis.
Furthermore, PM Terrance Drew also pointed out the essential plans and pathways for the building of useful infrastructure in several fields, such as smart classes and medical labs, along with other crucial improvements at the national level.
As per the reports, young entrepreneurs of the nations will also participate in the meeting to get support and guidance from the Prime Minister along with the agenda of uplifting the culture of start-ups in St Kitts and Nevis.
In his remarks, Prime Minister Terrance Drew noted while inviting the residents stated,” Greetings, Constituency 8, we have a date this Sunday. I look forward to seeing you.”