According to the media release, the Team Unity candidates remain undaunted in their efforts to improve the country’s destiny.
“No one in this world has ever achieved greatness without setbacks, challenges and sacrifice. Our resolve today is even stronger to fight for our people. Team Unity understands that injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We will continue to fight to bring prosperity to all in St. Kitts and Nevis,” the statement reads.
It reminds voting constituents that they are the ones who must make the change by the application of their vote, and calls on them to do so by taking into account their circumstances.
“As we go to the polls on February 16th to decide the future of our nation, let us remember that boundaries do not vote. You vote. Boundaries do not pay VAT. You pay VAT. Boundaries do not pay SKELEC and NEVLEC. You do. Boundaries have not felt the pain and suffering under this Labour/NRP junta. You have suffered. Boundaries do not require visas to go to Canada. You now do. Boundaries do not live in the murder capital of the Caribbean. You do. Be of good cheer and let us speak in one voice that we want a better St. Kitts and Nevis,” the TU statement reads.
The release also points to broad support to achieve good governance in the Federation.