BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, November 4, 2017 (PLP PR Media Inc.) — The Edgar T. Morris Primary School in Tabernacle will on Sunday November 5 starting from 5:00 pm be the venue of a Town Hall meeting that will be hosted by Prime Minister Dr the Hon Timothy Harris. The Town Hall will be organised by the Office of the Prime Minister.
Prime Minister Harris, who is also the National Political Leader of the Peoples Labour Party (PLP) and the Member of Parliament for St. Christopher Seven is expected to be joined by Cabinet colleagues the Hon Eugene Hamilton and the Hon Ian Patches Liburd at the town hall.
In addition, Executive Members of the Peoples Labour Party will also be there to give support to the Prime Minister. The Peoples Labour Party is one of the three political parties in the ruling Team Unity Administration.
At the Town Hall, which is expected to attract a large turnout based on the past town hall meetings held at the same venue, a wide range of issues will be discussed including matters related to agriculture, fisheries, public infrastructure and constituency development.
The Town Hall would climax a hectic week of activities for the Prime Minister who recently held high level meetings in Ottawa, Canada, with government officials there and was a featured speaker at the Global Forum in Toronto, Canada.
At the Global Forum, Prime Minister Harris made a very moving presentation on Climate Resilient Infrastructure and the challenges to development to climate change.
Since returning home, Dr Harris has held meetings with the Office of the Prime Minister, the Cabinet colleagues, business personalities and other members of the public. On Friday November 3, he held meetings with the Hon Eugene Hamilton, Attorney General the Hon Vincent Byron, and Cabinet Secretary Mrs Josephine Huggins.
Prime Minister Harris also received updates from the Permanent Secretary in his office, Mr Osbert DeSuza.
Scheduling for the Prime Minister on Saturday November 4 included a health walk from Saddlers to St. Paul’s in Constituency Number Six. The health walk, which was led by Mr Kevin ‘Ninky’ Williams, saw a large turnout where health conscious enthusiasts joined the Prime Minister at 5:00 am for the start of the event.
Following the health walk, which was hugely successful, Prime Minister’s hectic schedule continues with meetings with visiting personalities, Ministry of Finance officials and his Attorney General the Hon Vincent Byron.
On Sunday Prime Minister Harris will attend a church service at the Calvary Baptist Church in Sandy Point and then he will climax the day with the Town Hall meeting in his constituency at five o’clock in the afternoon.
Members of the public have been impressed by the Prime Minister’s full and loyal dedication to the affairs of his country. Talking to this media, they said they do appreciate the sacrifices that Prime Minister Harris has made to advance the welfare of St. Kitts and Nevis since taking office in February 2015.