The leader of the Lucian Peoples Movement, (LPM), Therold Prudent, has declared that this coming Sunday will be a national day of deliverance for Saint Lucia.
Addressing a news conference this morning at the LPM headquarters in Gros Islet, Prudent requested that all Saint Lucians go to their churches on Saturday and Sunday and ask that this country be delivered from a number of ills that affect their life, including crime and violence, hardship, a poor health care system and Value Added Tax.
“If you believe that there is a spiritual darkness on the face of the earth we call upon you to go to your churches and make this weekend successful,” Prudent said.
According to the LPM leader, on the following day, Monday October 19, 2015, the party will have a public consultation with the people of Gros Islet to detail what an LPM government would do in the event that the party is elected to government or gains seat in the house of assembly, and explain what he would do for Gros Islet if elected as MP.
Prudent announced that the entire week of October 19, has been designated “Blackout Week”, with the LPM’s Facebook page being darkened at midnight.
He said people throughout Saint Lucia and beyond will be invited to submit photos of their best “Blackout” outfits, either as individuals or in groups, to be posted on the Facebook page where they will qualify for special prizes.