Leon Natta-Nelson, the St Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) candidate who is challenging St Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Dr the Hon Timothy Harris for the St Christopher 7 seat in the upcoming general elections has criticized the Prime Minister for ordering the removal of a civil servant for remarks he allegedly made.
On Tuesday, with so major problems, the prime minister took time – wherever he found it from – because a citizen, a civil servant of this country pass a remark that was not favourable to his liking- and he got the information from his brother, Len Harris- he called the Comptroller of Customs and told the Comptroller to move this particular person from where he is working now, to another post,” Natta-Nelson informed.
Natta-Nelson pointed out that St Kitts and Nevis is faced with several major problems affecting the social and economic fabric of the twin-island federation and promised that the leadership of the NextGen St Kitts-Nevis Labour Party, that he a part of, will provide better opportunities for the people of St Kitts and Nevis.
“We have a mold problem in St Kitts. The Team Unity Government has made it into a mold disaster. We now have a water problem in St Kitts. We have a housing problem in St Kitts. We seem to be getting an electricity problem in St Kitts. We have a civil servants problem in St Kitts. We have a public life integrity problem in St Kitts. We have a CBI (Citizenship By Investment) problem in St Kitts with no new investors. We have a nepotism problem in St Kitts. We have a corruption problem in St Kitts and we have a squandering problem,” Natta-Nelson told listeners to Wednesday’s edition of Freedom 106.5 FM Issues programme.
“This shows how vindictive this government is,” Natta- Nelson noted.
Natta-Nelson, who was successful in obtaining a judgment in the High Court that although he is a civil servant, he has the constitutional right to participate in the electoral process as a candidate without having to resign from the public service, said the people of St Kitts and Nevis will soon have to make a choice in upcoming general elections.