WATCH: National Housing Assistance Programme Touches Down In Dennery North

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Residents of Dennery North have become the latest citizens to get access to the Saint Lucia government’s National Housing Assistance Programme.

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Source: Ministry of Housing & Local Government

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Media please go, look & take Pictures, lets get the story behind that – no water, no washroom no toilet paper, what happens during a heavy rain or hurricane. Lord be merciful on them.

    • I hope the media go. I saw them and could not believe that is what they put the old people in. One room for a bed no water no electricity no toilet …….no air with one little window…..even prisoners have a toilet in they cell. When you put dishonest people in charge this is the result. Respect our elderly

  2. The media needs to take a drive to Dennery South just off the highway before the new government preschool and look at the 3 one room structures that this con council chairman has put there for three elderly gentlemen and call it housing. These sheds have no running water or electricity and are devoid of toilet facilities. The idea is that the carers of these elderly folks will be given the additional responsibility of emptying the buckets that they relieve themselves in overnight. In other words the carers will be throwing buchay……putting you first. This is what we get as housing when the person in charge try to cut corners so that pockets can get fat. What this council chairman didn’t get under este he getting under starbach……crooks of a feather flock together. Like I said, media, take a drive and see for yourselves.

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