22-year-old replaces Teco Lake as senator

Caleb Gardiner is the government’s choice to replace Senator Eustace Teco Lake who will be retiring from active politics.

22-year-old Gardiner will be appointed to the Senate in the Parliament of Antigua and Barbuda soon.

Prime Minister Gaston Browne released  Gardiner’s name to the public during his weekly radio show on Pointe FM – The Browne & Browne Show.

On Thursday the Cabinet Notes stated that Senator Teco Lake will be retiring from the Senator and a replacement will be appointed as of the 1st January 2023.

Gardiner is a young Antiguan Barbudan who is a graduate of the UWI Five Islands where obtain a Degree in Human Resource Management and he is also a graduate of the Antigua State College and the Antigua Grammar School.

He is the first Guild President of the UWI Five Island Student Guild and a member of JCI Antigua – Jaycees.

He also served as Youth Parliamentarians in the Youth Parliament of Antigua Barbuda.

1 Comment

  1. Anonymous

    Love to see young people be given a chance. Congratulations son!


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