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Gros Islet Minibus Driver Honoured For Professionalism


On April 5, the Community Relations Branch of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force in collaboration with the Gros-Islet Minibus Association, acknowledged the services of Mr. Paul Hyacinth, affectionately known as “Tracker”, a minibus operator for the Gros-Islet to Castries route.

Mr. Hyacinth has diligently served as a minibus operator for several years.

Throughout these years, he has cultivated a reputation as one of the most amicable and reliable operators along the route.

Both customers and colleagues have consistently lauded Mr. Hyacinth for his professionalism, courtesy, tidiness, and dependability.

It is precisely these qualities that led members of the Gros-Islet Minibus Association to select him for recognition.

The Community Relations Branch viewed this as a crucial opportunity to enhance community relations by collaborating with the Gros-Islet Minibus Association to present Mr. Hyacinth with a well-deserved hamper and fuel voucher.

Mr. Hyacinth, through his actions, demonstrates that even one person can effect positive change. The hamper donation symbolises the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force’s commitment to progressive collaboration with the public in its multifaceted approach crime-fighting.

The Force encourages Mr. Hyacinth to continue to exemplify excellence as he performs his duties.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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  1. There’s a High percentage of Minibus Drivers on Bus Stands Island wide who Needs Customers Service Training

  2. WOWW….WOW…..WOWW…….well deserved. “Tracker” is a very disciplined driver & he’s always well dressed.
    CONGRATS Tracker… well deserved.

  3. The rasta guy on that route should be recognized next. Very pleasant and courteous.

  4. I agree. The Rastafarian’s nickname is ‘ Irie’. He most definitely should be rewarded.

  5. Congratulations to you my Brother! Many thanks for your service! May God continue to guide and protect you.

  6. I am in agreement with those who mentioned the rasta man on the Gros Islet route…I was gonna comment the same …he definitely deserves recognition 🙌🏾

  7. i was thinking people wuda say negative things when i first mentioned the rasta man..its good to know that commenters are aware of him too….@idi not only bus drivers but i notice a lot of places i go the workers look upset, you make a comment about something you want then their face change…..the customer service is really bad and even when you buy an item or pay for service the quality of the item is poor, some of them refusing to give your money back or the service is just not what you expect….all kinda nonsense in this place….this place is dwindling little by little but is people like these kind drivers who give us some hope….let’s do our best one by one at a time…..@anonymous i really hope the rasta man gets his reward….


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