With regards to the theme chosen, Deputy Premier, Hensley Daniel says the people of Nevis have benefited tremendously from what he describes as “NRP’s good performance during their reign.”
Daniel who was at the time addressing a recent political meeting in his constituency of St. John’s said, “Performance speaks to the execution of action, it also speaks to accomplishment and this is the true meaning of performance. Here in Nevis we have executed the types of program that makes the rest of the world tremble.”
According to the Deputy Leader, the statement about the types of programs that the NRP has created in the past was not made by him, but from a regional News paper that outlined the social programs in Nevis.
“If there is another Country in the Caribbean that is more committed and productive Minister of Social Development than me, we will be glad to be introduced to him,” Daniel expressed.
The Nevis Reformation Party will be vying for three seats in the Federal House. The NRP candidates nominated for election will be Member of Parliament Attorney General, Patrice Nisbett of St. James /St. Thomas; Hensley Daniel working towards the St. John’s/St. Paul’s seat and Mrs. Patsy Hanley, who will be fighting for the seat in St. George’s.
Although the two political parties have already begun campaigning, leader of the Nevis Reformation Party (NRP) Premiere Joseph Parry, has remained tight-lipped about an election date.