Dr. Terrance Drew, the St. Kitts Nevis Labour Party candidate for constituency eight (8) has provided some insight for the Party’s political meeting later tonight, September 5.
Drew, a medical doctor, is seeking the support of the residents of Cayon and surrounding areas in the soon to be called general elections- which are constitutionally due by early next year.
Issues of importance to the residents of Cayon, and by extension St Kitts and Nevis include mold at Cayon High School, water problems in Cayon and environs, the high cost of studying at the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College (CFBC), the state of the hospitals and health centers, the lack of jobs and opportunities for the young people, the blatant and in your face nepotism by the prime minister and his family-run government, non-existent parliamentary representation for the people of number 8, lack of sufficient housing and land in Cayon being sold to foreigners, Dr. Drew indicated.
The Labour Party candidate also hopes unveil some of his plans and the NexGen agenda for St Christopher 8 in several areas including health, housing, crime, jobs, education, good representation, good governance, sports and entertainment.
Douglas Wattley, former chairman of the PLP, has called on his fellow villagers and residents of St Christopher 8 to give Dr Drew the support necessary to send him to the National Assembly.
“What have the people of Cayon done to this Harris-led Team Unity Government? Why are you sending the students and parents into a school with mold and other health hazards, why can’t the people get no water,” said Wattley on his popular Wednesday night talk show “The Rebuttal” on Kyss 102.5 FM.