The Minister of Public works, Public Utilities and Digital Economy in the Government of Dominica, Fidel Grant, recently took the initiative to inspect the ongoing work at the International Airport being constructed in the country. The Minister of public utilities, digital economy et al., shared the images from the Eden area, which the Minister visited. The visit took place over the weekend.
The cabinet Minister serves as the parliamentary representative of the Wesley Constituency. Accordingly, he assured the members of his constituency that the construction of the International Airport would bring many opportunities for the constituency’s people.
Meanwhile, the Minister of Public Utilities applauded the government’s initiative in the form of the international airport. The Minister noted that for over 50 years, Dominicans had heard promises of an International Airport, but no Government had been able to deliver before now. In line with this, Minister Grant provided the credit for the initiative to his Prime Minister, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit.
The Minister of Public Utilities, informed the people that the government of St Kitts and Nevis, has paid over 25 million dollars to compensate and successfully and comfortably relocate affected residents. Accordingly, Farmers have recieved lands and paid Crop Compensation; Lab is functioning; Earth movement has begun; Young people are working;
Meanwhile, Minister of Public Utilities and Digital Economy, Grant expressed his excitement over the Increased economic activity and many more developmental initiatives taking place in the Wesley Constituency. He expressed his gratitude to the Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica, who made the vision of the International Airport of Dominica into a reality.
Mi thanked the leader of the Dominica Labour Party and Prime Minister of the country, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit for his perseverance, dedication and vision for the country. He reiterated to the people that the international airport will bring several opportunities. Acordingly, he urged the residents of Wesley, Wooty and Palm Tree, the ‘True Patriots of Dominica’, prepare yourselves for the future opportunities.