Roseau North MP Daniel Lugay is disappointed with the infrequent sittings of Parliament to address the people's affairs &the Opposition’s questions are deliberately ignored by the Speaker
Roseau North MP Daniel Lugay is disappointed in the lack of consistent sittings of Parliament to address the people's affairs.
Lugay says come 2022, he hopes to see more than four sittings of parliament – a number which has been maintained due to the decision of Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit.
Lugay added that on too many occasions the questions of the Parliamentary Opposition, placed on the order paper, are deliberately ignored by the members of parliament and the Speaker of the House, Joseph Isaac
Roseau North MP Daniel Lugay.
Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit now promises Dominica’s Roseau Bayfront may soon be transformed to incorporate a first world state of the art center with a library
Dominica’s Roseau Bayfront may soon be transformed even more to incorporate a 1st world state of the art centre. This from Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit speaking on some of the plans of the government as they forge into the new year 2022.Mr. Skerrit in his statements made mention of a state-of-the-art library, which he claims will provide children with a taste of the finer things in life, such as ballet studios, a new movie theatre and National studio to name a few.
PM Roosevelt Skerrit.
Host of Youth on Q and president of the CCM Zarr Emanuel says in order for the youth to move forward they have to become militant, and that militancy comes from knowing themselves
In order for the youth to move forward they have to become militant, and the militancy comes from knowing themselves. This from Host of Youth on Q and president of the CCM Zarr Emanuel. He encourages persons to be bold and make their own opportunities and do not let the negatives of life discourage them. He says moving forward, the aim is to harness their knowledge of themselves and to develop their own future.
ECCB Governor Timothy Antoine reflects on the year 2021 just ending, and points to several achievements at the ECCB for which Caribbean citizens should be proud
ECCB Governor Timothy Antoine, says as he reflects on the year which is ending, there are several achievements at the ECCB for which Caribbean citizens should be proud. He lists three of these achievements.
He is grateful that the islands were spared the ravages of monster storms but is mindful of the devastation wrought by the eruption of the La Soufriere Volcano in St Vincent & the Grenadines and the criticality of additional resources as the country builds back.
ECCB Governor Timothy Antoine.
CCM President Zarr Emmanuel advises youth going into 2022 to know their self-worth, collaborate with youth outside of Dominica and be active in the movement of consciousness using the Youth on Q platform
Know thyself, or else others will take advantage of your true potential.This is the message being sent out to the youth by CCM’s president, and Host of ‘Youth on Q’ Zarr Emmanuel.
Mr. Emmanuel was heralding the new year and shared advice with youth advancing into 2022.He encouraged them to know their self-worth, and spoke on ideas moving forward, whereby youth outside of Dominica themselves could be active in the movement of consciousness and productivity, using the Youth on Q platform.
CCM’s president, and Host of Youth on Q Zarr Emmanuel.
Roseau North constituency MP Daniel Lugay thanked his constituents for their continued support, and wished them well for the new year 2022, in a special edition of the Workers Voice Program Thursday night
Looking back at his work and the support of the residents of the constituency of Roseau North, MP Daniel Lugay thanked the residents in a special edition of the Workers Voice Program, held on Thursday.
Lugay extended well wishes, prosperity and blessings to his constituents for the new year 2022.
MP for the Roseau North constituency, Daniel Lugay.
Renowned photographer, comedian and actor, Jordan Megan Jerome popularly known as GK, is unlocking a new level in his career under his ‘GK media Production’ with their first-ever short film, “It’s not enough”
Renowned photographer, comedian and actor, Jordan Megan Jerome popularly known as GK, is unlocking a new level in his career under his ‘GK media Production’ with the release of their first-ever short film titled “It’s not enough.”
Written by Jerome and co. directed by Shaynelle Morris, the production, which is expected to be released on January 1, 2022, features its main character Haitian Samson ‘Mastok’ Camil, and depicts the inequality the non-national faces while living in Dominica.
“This short film will serve as a tool to launch our GK Media Production entertainment mission which is to continue entertaining and educating the public using various creative films and skits,” Jerome, the mastermind behind this production revealed.
While Jerome and his team were hoping to complete the film and launch it as a movie, for now additional funding was required, hence the decision to use this creative short film as a portfolio to show the various skills and techniques to influence potential sponsors or donors.
Political Scientist Dr Dion George warns Campaign Finance Reforms must be implemented urgently in Dominica to eliminate dirty influence of foreign interests on governments, against the interest of the people
Political Scientist Dr Dion George warns that Campaign Finance Reform must be undertaken and implemented urgently in Dominica. Dr George goes on to vividly explain the ‘dirty political’ reality of how foreign investors and businesspersons unfairly influence elections against the will and interest of the people who live where the acts occur.
Political Scientist Dr Dion George.
DFP Member Micheal Astaphan calls for a complete re-registration of voters every 10 years in Dominica, to reduce voter fraud and ‘foul play’ by the incumbent party in General Elections
DFP Member Micheal Astaphan, calls for a complete re-registration of voters every 10 years in Dominica, as is now customary in some OECS territories. Astaphan says this part of Electoral Reform is also significant and helps reduce possibilities of ‘foul play’ by the incumbent party in General Elections.
DFP Member Micheal Astaphan.
Host of the Creole Heartbeat show Leroy Wadix Charles says over 1000 nominations have been submitted for the Dominica Music Awards to be held on January 29, 2022
Over 1000 nominations have been submitted for the Dominica Music Awards, which is expected to be epic.This is from Radio personality entrepreneur and Host of Creole Heart Leroy Wadix Charles.
The event is expected to be held on January 29th 2022, with the launch to be held on January 8th and there is expected to be 5 main categories.
Mr. Charles says thus Far, things have been going rather fluid thus far, as many are looking forward to the event.
He describes the event as a people’s event and is encouraging others to participate and choose their favorite.
Radio personality & Host of Creole Heart Leroy Wadix Charles.
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