Foreign Affairs Minister Brantley Lauds Appointment of New Police High Command
Basseterre, St.Kitts (February 10th 2016):-The Appointment of a New High Command of the Royal St.Christopher and Nevis Police Force RSCNPF has come in for high praise . St.Kitts-Nevis Minister of Foreign Affairs and Deputy Premier of Nevis Hon. Mark Brantley lauded the appointments emphasing it’s historic nature and diversity.
The New High Command comprises Commissioner Ian Queeley, Deputy Commissioner Hilroy Brandy, ACP’s Terrance James, Mercelyn Hughes and Andre Mitchel. Hughes is the first female to be appointed to the High Command
Foreign Affairs Minister Brantley stated via social media “I wish to publicly congratulate Commissioner of Police Ian Queeley. He is young, dynamic and a people person. His task will be Herculean but I am confident he will perform with aplomb. I also wish to congratulate the other members of the High Command but let me single out Deputy Commissioner Hilroy Brandy from Nevis and our first female Assistant Commissioner Mercelyn Hughes.”
Hon Brantley went on to state that the make up and diversity of the High Command is what had been demanded of a New UNITY Government which saw members from all political parties coming together for the good of the nation
“Now this Unity government campaigned that we can and will do better than that which was. Today we have a highly trained Kittitian as Commissioner. Today we have a Nevisian as Deputy Commissioner. Today we have a woman as Assistant Commissioner. All talented and dedicated law enforcement professionals. St. Kitts is in the mix. Nevis is in the mix. Women are in the mix. Fair share for ALL,” Brantley stated.
“This is what we as a people need to consider as the continuing ethos of this Unity Government manifests itself. I feel truly privileged to serve in a Government such as this at a time such as this. To God be the glory,” the Nevisian Deputy Premier concluded.
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