Richards is however convinced that despite the troubled life ahead new opportunities are possible with the coalition of opposition parties that have been aligned to contest the next general elections.
It is the view of the PAM leader that “As a people, we have had a year filled with a multiplicity of challenges. We have experienced a political climate like never before in our Federation where citizens everywhere have been clamouring for a change in the political landscape of our nation”.
Some issues that continue to be on the front burner are the Vote of No Confidence, the land for debt swap, the lack of full time employment and opportunities for our people, added Mr. Richards. He said, “Those issues coupled with the high cost of living have crippled the economic power of residents.”
Richards is however hopeful, “Notwithstanding that we remain a resilient people ready and willing to survive the storm. The wind of change is blowing; the wind speed is extremely strong with messages of hope, there is light at the end of the tunnel. We have to reclaim St Kitts/Nevis and preserve our nation for our children and grandchildren. I implore you therefore to remain focus, have courage, keep the faith, stay united with your family and share love always!”
Christmas is a time of festivity, a time to share, a time to unite and a time for introspection and remembering the real reason of Christmas. Christ is the author of love and I implore you to emulate him and share love always with everyone you become in contact with.
With this in mind, let us join together in love; come together in unity for the betterment of all and take back our nation.