DPSU President Steve Joseph calls on Prominent Dominicans in high private or public office to ‘Lead by Example’, embrace continuity & ensure the Country future is secure
DPSU President Steve Joseph calls upon Dominicans in high office whether Private or Public to ‘Lead by Example.’
He advises Prominent Dominicans and Leaders to embrace the concept of continuity, to ensure the future of the country is secure – with large groups of well-rounded Dominicans
In reference to the recent pronouncements of Education Minister Octavia Alfred to students who qualified for state scholarships, to “Shake their pampalam” as a means to fund their continuing education, the DPSU President said such statements are inappropriate and warns Leaders to understand the level of Decorum needed to function when holding certain high office in society.
Many Dominicans have since called for Minister Octavia Alfred’s resignation from the post of Education Minister, as the comments were seen as very offensive. since then, DLP cabinet members have supported the Education Minister’s offensive statements, and meantime, Bouyon Artiste Asa Banton made a single on the comment, which has now become a hit song in Dominica.
DPSU President, Steve Joseph
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