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WATCH: Pierre Visits Millennium Highway Project, Receives Update

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Prime Minister Philip J. Pierre recently concluded a visit to the Millennium Highway Project, amid concerns over delays in its completion.

According to the Office of the Prime Minister, improved coordination with the Government of Saint Lucia, C.O Williams Construction LTD and the Caribbean Development Bank on the  project has produced short-term deliverables and inspired a renewed focus and energy to meet the revised completion timelines for the project.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. So rush the works for y’all to look good and in no time the road goes back to the state it was in. You should know better than that King. Now, what are you doing about the Castries – Gros Islet highway. When will work continue on that

  2. These politicians enjoy seeing their own people starve or struggle. Time to vote these parasites out of there.

  3. @If you say so
    So true but the thing is it must be the previous project manager that wasted the time on doing the road now they have to put pressure on the new project manager to hurry up complete the road

  4. Also Mr King you should also take a walk into the Land Registry to see the mess that is going on there when applying for land documents. They implemented some email system where you can request documents . When you do they refuse to respond to say if the documents are ready or if they are at least still looking for it. The place closes at 12:30 pm sharp and 1:00 pm sharp for legal clerks and the public respectively but the security closes the doors way earlier than the prescribed closing times.Then their excuse is there is a backlog of work, this is really unacceptable. They put in endless of new trainees who don’t know their father head in the work slowing down the process even more and they take the experienced staff and put them in other places. If C.O Willams had to get rid of their previous project manager to get a more competent one to get the work flowing I suggest you do the same with who ever is head in that Land Registry department.

  5. Lol..King so full of that brown stuff! Minister of Infrastructure for 7 years and cannot complete this project. Now he’s trying to sound assertive. Isn’t this the same guy who bent over for Wycliffe Jean to jump him.

  6. “These politicians enjoy seeing their own people starve or struggle. Time to vote these parasites out of there.”

    Yes you right but we will replace them with another set of parasites. We need a group of non parasites who will put country and not their personal interest first.

  7. @Hilarious
    now you see why people used to say he was to soft as a Prime Minister and they removed him. I am sure whyclef would have never dared jumped of the king or queen of England

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