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PM Harris commends those who went beyond the call of duty

PRIME MINISTER Dr. the Hon. Timothy Harris is encouraging citizens and residents of St. Kitts and Nevis to learn from Hurricane Irma and have a brighter outlook on things.

Dr. Harris, who was a guest on Sugar City FM’s radio programme ‘The People’s Voice’ yesterday (Sept. 11), called for volunteerism to better recover from the damage across St. Kitts caused by the hurricane.The Prime Minister said: “I would want to encourage our citizens and residents from this experience, let us emerge better and brighter in our outlook.
He pointed out that with the country in recovery mode there would be work for people to do.Stressing that there is a great opportunity for volunteerism to come again to the fore, PM Harris commended those individuals who went beyond the call of duty to ensure the damage and impact were minimally in most areas.

 

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