It has been now one year, since our frontline workers in the health sector, police and other security services, essential services, such as transportation, supermarkets and other retail outlets, began sacrificing everything to put our wellbeing above all else. Because of your hard work and sacrifice, we are kept safe with low rates of infection. On behalf of the people of Grenada, the NDC says thank you!
Over 200 Delegates from 15 Constituencies, the National Democratic Youth Movement, the Women’s Arm and the diaspora participated last Sunday, in the first General Council of the National Democratic Congress since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. Indeed, it was the first gathering of party delegates since the 2019 Convention. The event, held under the theme: Together We Are Stronger, utilized a combination of in-person and virtual attendance.
A variety of adjectives have been used to describe the address given by the Minister of Education on Wednesday night, on the ongoing industrial action by teachers. These adjectives include: brazen, condescending, hypocritical, inciting dissent, inconsiderate, mischievous, plainly untrue, utterly disrespectful.
It is my pleasure as the President of the Women’s Arm of the NDC to address you as we commemorate International Women’s day. I am delighted to be here and I thank God for His grace and mercy.
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused serious financial hardship the world over. For countries like ours, where the rate of poverty was already high, the impact has been particularly severe. In these difficult times, those who are better off are always encouraged to help those who are in need.
The National Democratic Congress is pleased to see that Grenada has started the COVID-19 vaccination program with the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine. We recognize the importance of this vaccination program in the fight against COVID-19 virus.