Marigot Village Council Chairman and Former Immigration Police Officer Egbert Jeremy says all village councils should be able to represent their people without succumbing to political color considerations
Chairman of the Marigot Village Council and Former Immigration Police Officer Egbert Jeremy shared his experience with the current DLP Administration, as regards getting assistance for the people of Marigot.
Speaking in his capacity of Village Council Chairman, he explained some of the steps taken by the Marigot Village Council to source accurate information for the Government, as it pertained to the number of persons who were affected by Hurricane Maria, and their requirements.
Jeremy says after all the work was done, it took another year to get a response and meanwhile, the council was asked to repeat the entire process, which had already been conducted the year before.
This he says gave him reason to make an inquiry as to the reason for this, and when he did, the officer who was in charge at the time, took leave.
Jeremy says this still does not prevent him from serving righteously, and no matter anyone’s political color, he continues to serve everyone.
He added that he is not a fan of partisan politics, and feels that the Village Council should be able to represent the people without succumbing to political color considerations.
Chairman of the Marigot Village Council and Former Immigration Police Officer, Egbert Jeremy
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