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PM Drew attends Requiem Service at St. John’s Anglican Church

Dr Terrance Drew, the Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, attended the Requiem Service at St. John’s Anglican Church on Monday. The event was held under the theme “Live, work, prosper: Together ” by the Labour Party to pay tribute to the martyrs of the country's labour movement.

Dr Terrance Drew, the Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, attended the Requiem Service at St. John’s Anglican Church on Monday. The event was held under the theme “Live, work, prosper: Together ” by the Labour Party to pay tribute to the martyrs of the country’s labour movement.

The Requiem Service was attended by a large number of members of the ruling SKNLP( St Kitts and Nevis Labour Party) and SKNT&LU(St Kitts and Nevis Trades and Labour Union). They recalled the great sacrifices made by the martyrs of the Labour movement, which led to the recognition of labour rights in the country. Archdeacon Isiah Phillip delivered the sermon while paying tribute to fallen heroes as well.

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The PM Drew joined the Requiem Service with his wife Diani Prince-Drew who recently acquired the party membership on May 19 at the 92nd conference of the SKNLP. Many other senior colleagues of the cabinet accompanied the Prime Minister.

PM Drew also took to his social media handles to inform the public regarding this significant event. He wrote on his official Facebook page, “I am delighted to share glimpses of yesterday’s Requiem service at St. Johan’s Anglican church to pay our respect to the martyrs of the labour movement.”

“I would like to thank all the comrades for their esteem presence on this special occasion. Let’s continue to Live, work, and be proper Together,” added the PM.

PM Drew in his address to participants underlined the pivotal role played by clergy in advising the political leadership to make public-oriented decisions. According to PM Drew, “It will be the biggest blunder to forget the sacrifices of the past generations. Moreover our present generation must keep in mind that nothing can be done without people and nothing significant can be achieved without movement.”

PM further stated that it is our joint responsibility to keep the legacy alive of those who laid their lives for the better future of coming generations. Nevertheless, it is very important to celebrate their outstanding contribution, which led to the upliftment of the labour community’s standard of life.

While reacting to the PMs, the social media user appreciated the labour government for remembering the heroes of the labour movement. One Facebook user, Clement Stapleton, “Well done, my PM, and keep up the good work you are doing.”

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