Prime Minister Meets Rose Hill Fire Victims

Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, Thursday morning met with the residents of Rose Hill who lost their homes in the fire on New Year’s morning.

Castries Central MP, Sarah Flood-Beaubrun and Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, were also in attendance, along with a representative from the Ministry of Social Transformation.

Writing on his official Facebook page, Prime Minister Chastanet said the meeting discussed the concerns about children who were affected as well as taking care of the immediate needs of the families.

“Also discussed were the resources required to facilitate the rebuilding process and getting the lives of the victims of the fire back to normal as quickly as possible,” he disclosed.

According to the PM, Mayor Francis also arranged for the relief supplies and donations made at the Castries Constituency Council (CCC ) to be distributed to the residents.

Financial, medical, and other forms of assistance were also discussed with the residents, he stated, adding that Volunteer St. Lucia which has already been assisting the victims, will coordinate further assistance for them.

Seven households lost everything in the Rose Hill fire.

No one was reported injured.


  1. Well I thank God no one got injured! After losing your home is such a tragic shows that the PM is very aware of what’s happening in the country!

  2. Pierre need to stop being a Kenny voice, give the ruling party a chance to see what they do first before taking to the media. We can all chip in to help the Victims with food items and clothing for the kids. Pierre we need to see you coming around in our area just like you did election time there are roads that need repairs especially in the Pave and rock hall, make some time time for us as we put you in for another five years. Don’t let us down, remember miss Bell rose was right on your heel.

  3. It had to take the pm two weeks to meet with the people, questions where was he when the fire took place the morning of the fire, why didn’t he visit the site, was that fire not important enough that those families could have gotten immediate assistance

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