Low Ground, Nevis (September 27th 2015):-The word Sabotage has been circulating much more than usual over the past few months in St.Kitts-Nevis with government institution after government institution are reporting many incidences of situations which in their view amounts to sabotage. Sabotage of the normal operation of various government instituTions.
In Nevis last evening into this morning another act of SABOTAGE is being reported. Manager of the Nevis Solid Waste Mr Andrew Hendrickson in a statement issued via social media reported that ALL of the running collection tracks , including the 2 Brand New 2016 Kenworths were SABOTAGED.
“I am saddened to have to bring this information to the General Public but I have to do what I must. I am currently at the NSWMA Low Ground Landfill, with Operations Manager, Rudy Browne since 4am this Sunday morning, 27th September, 2015. We are here because ALL of our running collection Trucks, including the 2 Brand New 2016 Kenworths were SABOTAGED during the course of last night, even though a security officer was allegedly on duty all the while,” stated Hendrickson
“Approximately 3 gallons of water was dumped into the fuel tank of each truck. Only the quick action of Management made it possible for the Charlestown collection team to have one of the new trucks to get out to perform their duties this Sunday morning,” the NSWMA Manager continued.
Hendrickson concluded the statement by Condemning what he termed as a cowardly act of sabotage and pledged his continued commitment to making Nevis a cleaner and healthier place to live.
“As the General Manager I condemn this cowardly act as an attack upon the people of Nevis. Whatever could be the reason for this ACT OF SABOTAGE, be it Political or otherwise, it hurts only the good and decent image of Nevis, and all Nevis residents. On behalf of my Minister Honorable Mark Brantley , Chairman Carlisle Pemberton and the NSWMA Board, I publicly state that we remain committed and steadfast in our quest to make Nevis a cleaner and healthier place to live. No weapon formed against these objectives shall succeed, and we appeal to anyone with information to come forward and say what they know. NSWMA needs your prayers and support more than ever now. Rise up and condemn this attack on the NSWMA. I thank the police also for their quick response and professionalism in their investigations thus far. Interrogations are on the way and I wish the Police best of luck as they seek to apprehend the culprit(s).,” Hendrickson concluded.