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Albert-Poyotte Experiences ‘Medical Emergency’

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Home Affairs Minister Dr. Virginia Albert-Poyotte was undergoing treatment after experiencing what the Office of the Prime Minister described as a ‘medical emergency’ on Monday.

The Office of the Prime Minister issued the following statement regarding the incident:

On Monday, February 19, 2024, Minister for Home Affairs, Hon. Dr. Virginia Albert-Poyotte, experienced a medical emergency.

A medical response was initiated and the Minister was transported to a medical institution for treatment.

We hope for a speedy recovery and encourage the public to keep her in their prayers during this time.

Hon. Jeremiah Norbert will adopt her Ministerial responsibilities until further notice.

Further updates on Hon. Dr. Virginia Albert-Poyotte’s condition will be provided at the appropriate time.

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11 COMMENTS

  1. That woman knows that she will not deliver the minimum wage as promise on independence day its only a game that is been played . That woman has earned so much money working for government and international agencies so why is tax payers money that have to send her to Martinique . When thousands of st Luciana are suffering with poor health care the same shit that Kenny did for jadia. I want to tell all private sector workers to vote them out in 26 because is hard ball that they are playing with the minimum wage

  2. I hope the minister gets the medical assistance needed and is back to 100% in no time but It really does speak volumes that when ever a minister falls sick they’re on the first helicopter out to Martinique.

    Please put the 2.5% to use and quickly better our Healthcare for the ones who are don’t have access to air ambulances.

  3. Speedy recovery Mrs. Poyotte.

    I bet though she’s not getting treated at St Jude’s or OKEU but state resources have been mobilized to get her the best possible care overseas.

    Meanwhile politicians still can’t finish St. Jude’s 15 years later!

  4. Madam Poyotte, I wish you all the best as you go through this period and a speedy recovery. I pray that the good Lord will cast over you a healing hand and will bring you back home quick enough to serve your constituency in good health and spirit.

  5. I wish her a speedy recovery.
    But. Mr PM.
    What happen to the test of us who can’t afford to be airlifted to Martinique.
    Are you admitting that OKEU Is not up to par as a hospital.
    We deserve better Mr PM.
    We all don’t have resources that a minister has at is or her disposal
    Solve the problem sir
    Our lives depend on it

  6. I wish her a speedy recovery
    But Mr PM
    What about the rest of us.
    What about those of us who can’t afford the trip to Martinique.
    This is critical sign
    Are you admitting the OKEU
    Is not good enough for your Ministers
    But good enough for the rest of us.
    Please solve this Mr PM
    Our lives depend on us

  7. And some citizens have to do bbq sale cake sale western dance to raise thousands of dollars for medical care ….After getting the sharp end cocktail the medical expenses seems deliberate for the aggressive cancers and numerous health issues…anyways pay heavily for the free Ness that was offered smh

  8. Well I guess the elite Ministers don’t go to O.K.Kill.U. The layman can’t get assistance for medical locally but the ste always ari lifted to other countries at the cost of tax payers.
    I do hope for a speedy recovery by God’s grace.

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