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Updated on June 2, 2020 2:25 am
Updated on June 2, 2020 2:25 am
Updated on June 2, 2020 2:25 am

PM Says Over 100 Workers Currently Employed On SJH Reconstruction

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has announced that currently, over 100 workers are employed on the St Jude Hospital (SJH) reconstruction, and the numbers will increase as the project progresses.

Chastanet made the announcement on his official Facebook page on Thursday.

Earlier, the PM had said that his administration is working full steam ahead as it remains committed to making quality healthcare available to all Saint Lucians as promised during the election campaign.

“We remain committed to completing St. Jude Hospital as promised,” he stated as he, Economic Development Minister, Guy Joseph and other officials toured the site of the SJH reconstruction recently.

Chastanet declared that construction site visit was to reaffirm his government’s unwavering pledge to complete the project.


  1. Yawwwwn ! SLP Pressure buss pipe, flavored by election air. I will be my last dollar it’s all NEPOTISM and CRONYISM their usual CODE of CONDUCT, that’s embedded in their ATROCITY MANIFESTO. Jokers !!

  2. Corn fields have been burnt to raise the price of corn, just as peoples’ lives are sacrificed to gain political points with general elections approaching. Pretty soon, they will begin to scratch the land at the air port for the same reason. They began with the horse track, which back fired, because the cart was before the horse. This is a common occurrence between the two political parties when general elections are approaching. All of a sudden, jobs, jobs, jobs !!!

  3. PM, Sir that is very good for the labour force in our land. Why are you so vocal these days? Are you the only one in charge of the country,, or have you been left alone? You remind me of Sir John in the late sixties! he tryed that, but failed in the late seventies! just remember that, Sir!

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