The basic structure of our society has been dismantled under this DLP Administration says Prominent Businessman, Entrepreneur, and Social Activist Herbert Sukie Winston
The basic structure of our society has been dismantled under this DLP administration says prominent businessman, entrepreneur, and social activist Herbert Sukie Winston
Mr. Winston says that one of the things that disturbs him most in this dismantled society, is number of persons attending funeral processions in comparison to the number of persons attending Sunday service.
His that this traditional practice of demonstrating one’s faith, and the unification of a family is one that is vital in seeing a country move forward.
The fact that persons are losing touch or faith in the creator and need to see a social attitude change, is one that cannot be made under this DLP regime.
He says that the PM take time off and think of his legacy outside of the office, and that he should call on to the most-high.
Meantime, Winston extends words of wisdom and caution to Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, as it relates to his legacy as a Prime Minister.
Mr. Winston reminded persons of the opportunity given to Mr. Skerrit and the decision taken by the people to ensure that a young man was given a chance to see what he could have delivered, but fast forward to present day, it would appear that such a decision might have not been so wise after all.
Winston says humility and a positive reputation, bods well in the pages of history, as compared to that of a negative perception, and he questioned Mr. Skerrit as to how he would like to be remembered.
Mr. Charles says that social structure has been dismantled and is currently on a path is far from positive and this needs to change.
Prominent Businessman & Entrepreneur, Herbert Sukie Winston
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