The Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party candidate for All Saints West Michael Browne has told residents that to complete the work that has been started, they must re-elect the ABLP into office.
He told a Rally at Sea View Farm Playing Field last night that while some infrastructural challenges need to be addressed, the government is ready to provide support throughout the country.
“Between 2015 and 2015, All Saints West will see the construction of 727 homes. The government has been hard at work…Now that Covid-19 is behind us, our government will provide the additional support that is needed in All Saint West,” he said.
The next major community project according to Browne is a clinic and a wellness center in Seaview Farm.
“Am I saying these things just because it’s politics? No. These are things I would have said in 2004…There’s lots of work yet to be done in All Saints West. Now is not the time to switch” Browne told the rally.