People first, says new DLP St Michael East candidate


Democratic Labour Party St Michael East candidate Nicholas Alleyne officially opened his new constituency office at My Lord’s Hill last evening promising it would improve the lives of the people of the constituency.

Nicholas Alleyne, DLP candidate St Michael East

Alleyne told the gathering, which included Acting Prime Minister Richard Sealy, Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite, and Senator Patrick Todd that the facility would offer residents a range of services including tutoring in school work and business facilitation.

From left: DLP team – Senator Patrick Todd, DLP General Secretary George Pilgrim; Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite; St Michael East candidate Nicholas Alleyne and Acting Prime Minister Richard Sealy.

“This will not be an ordinary constituency office,” he said, adding, “this will be used as a resource centre and an empowerment centre for the people of St Michael East”.

The first-time political hopeful said, “in this centre there will be a reading room for younger ones; we will have homework and reading programmes on Saturdays”.

St Michael East Candidate Nicholas Alleyne with children using the reading room at his new constituency office.

“We will have a business incubator as well where small businesses within St Michael East will be given an opportunity to grow; [operators] will be given directions and have the facilities of printers, use of Internet [and] computers.

“We even have persons on board that will help with financial statements.”

“So we’re empowering the people of St Michael East,” Alleyne said.

Guests at the launch of new constituency office.


9 Responses to People first, says new DLP St Michael East candidate

  1. Nick February 25, 2018 at 4:42 pm

    Not many people at that event. I Wonder why.

  2. Mackar February 25, 2018 at 4:47 pm

    I was looking for Kenny Best! I didn’t see him. I wonder why??

  3. harry turnover February 26, 2018 at 5:56 am

    Very few yard fowls it seems. Mr.Alleyne,the longer Stuart hangs on to power it gine be WORST fa wunna
    You really feel that BAJANS gine vote in another DEM and a NEW ONE AT THAT ?…TO DO WHAT ? to KILL WE DEAD NOW ????
    Mr.Alleyne …..“We even have persons on board that will help with financial statements.”…people,go and get ya bills sort out and when ya get through vote PRESSIE in June.
    MR.Alleyne something like that ya don’t talk in PUBLIC…ya talk in PRIVATE INDIVIDUALLY …who is WE though ? the lil children dey would tell you that we is weevils and that SMOKE will WARD off BEES not CHUPID talk

  4. jrsmith February 26, 2018 at 6:29 am

    People first , which people is he talking about this sound so fake ass , wonder where was this man living since this government took office………….. They are many people who voted in the last elections in Barbados , have never seen they MP in the flesh ……

  5. archy perch February 26, 2018 at 9:11 am

    The DLP Administration has passed more legislation to help the poor in its two terms of government, than the BLP has in its 14 crooked years. Do your research. Increase minimun wage, domestic violence act, employment rights act; the facts are there my friends. But so are the lies.

  6. Cavil Best February 26, 2018 at 10:08 am

    Dlp had numbers in 94 ,99 and also in 2003 ask Mr. Hardwood ,de Incubus and Ralph. The Blp had numbers in 2008 and also in 2013 you are privilege to ask Ms. Greenland Landfill. So numbers say nothing, Barbadians know who is morally sound, politically able and spiritually fit to lead them whenever the time comes. Nicholas Alleyne will conquer on that day of reckoning.

  7. Helicopter(8P) February 26, 2018 at 12:44 pm

    One thing I must ask Barbadians across the board. How do you portray and envision minorities and what inputs do they have as minority nationals in this free and fair land Barbados?

  8. Nick February 26, 2018 at 4:49 pm

    So many people in Barbados have stockholm syndrome these days. So sad. All of you DLP supporters are a joke.

  9. Belfast February 26, 2018 at 10:53 pm

    People First. Now, where have I seen and heard that slogan before?


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