St Kitts and Nevis: PM Terrance Drew shares progress in dealing with Cayon Water crisis

Dr Terrance Drew, took the opportunity to reflect on the issue of the water crisis in his constituency and the Cayon Community

The prime minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Drew, took the opportunity to reflect on the issue of the water crisis in his constituency and the Cayon Community. The leader of the St Kitts and Nevis labour party reflected on the longstanding issue of water shortage in their community. The Prime Minister and his team shared their steps to remedy the situation.

Prime Minister Dr Drew took to his social media account to share his views. At the same time, he reiterated his commitment to the people of his country. Meanwhile, he shared the images with some of the corrective measures for the benefit of the community. The prime minister recently contacted the team of Bead LLC to start the drilling process. The government is seeking to construct the wells in the community.

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The Prime Minister came on his social media account to share that he has been visiting the people of his constituency for the last decade. During the last decade, he discovered that one of the major issues affecting people is the availability of potable water.

Dr Drew said after becoming familiar with the widespread issue in his community. I committed that I would move as quickly as possible to resolve this issue if elected. Taking to his social media, he proclaimed the progress that they are making.

He wrote, As pledged, Your Government is working to address the water situation in Cayon and surrounding communities swiftly. In less than one year in office, the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party Administration entered a contract with BEAD LLC. They are all set to begin drilling in Cayon.

Dr Terrance Drew stated that he pledged to the people and is keeping the commitment. The Prime Minister recently toured the community to take stock of the situation. Meanwhile, he stated that the progress is profound in less than a year in the office.
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In addition to the drilling and the desalination plant, the government announced they will launch a water storage tank program in critically affected areas.

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