St Kitts and Nevis: Deputy PM Geoffrey Hanley wishes Leon Natta-Nelson on his birthday

The Deputy Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Geoffrey Hanley, who is also responsible for the ministry of social development, gender affairs, ageing and disabilities, extended his greetings to his collegue and member of the St Kitts & Nevis Labour Party, Leon Natta-Nelson on his birthday.

Cabinet Secretary and Ambassador Dr Natta-Nelson celebrated his birthday on Thursday, December 15, 2022. Dr Geoffrey Hanley, the deputy Prime Minister, considers and addresses the ambassador as his brother and mentee. On his social media, while wishing the politician and ambassador on his birthday, Dr Hanley wrote:


God has blessed Leon abundantly, and I trust he will continue to do so. My brother, you are a conqueror, a David among the Goliaths!

Happy Birthday blessings to one of our nation’s champions. May God grant you good health and prosperity all of your days.

Love & Abundant Blessings

Ambassador Dr Leon Natta-Natta is currently the representative of St Kitts and Nevis Labour party in Constituency 7. He also contested the general elections in August from Constituency 7. The SKNLP politician received birthday wishes from several well-wishers.

On the official social media page dedicated to Ambassador Leon Natta-Nelson, his team wished him on his birthday through the post that read: Happy Birthday greetings are extended to His Excellency Ambassador Leon Natta- Nelson. May you have a day as wonderful as you are. Thank you for your continued service!


Today, we celebrate you and the beautiful life you have. May your birthday be as wonderful as yours.

Leon Natta-Nelson is committed to improving St Kitts and Nevis and works to uplift the community.

Leon has always been a community man. He has organized several community events in sports and community development. Leon Organized the first basketball league, held in Molineux, the Eastern Football League, and the Bush Football League in Ottley’s. Leon Natta-Nelson not only organized these sporting events, but he also played and represented his community team. He was a member of the St. Kitt-Nevis National Basketball youth team.

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