Address delivered by His Excellency, the President at the Indian Arrival Day

Excerpt: “From their humble beginnings as indentured labourers, trained to focus all industrial skills in the sugar industry, the East Indian population has taken those same industrial skills and have had them metamorphosed in the creation of an environment of defining competencies in the fields of medicine, law, engineering, entrepreneurial business, politics, culture, religion and sports. This has redounded to real benefits to our country, the Caribbean region and the world at ...

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Address delivered by His Excellency at the University of the Southern Caribbean Graduation

A natural corollary to critical thinking is that important trait of wisdom. The one example of a wise leader who practised critical thinking and who continues to stand out is Solomon. The ability to combine and sift through seemingly unrelated details to create an overarching image of the truth is something that Solomon was famous for. Take nothing at face value. Perception must not become reality, as obtains in this land of ours. Use the comprehensive body of knowledge at ...

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His Excellency’s Address at the Funeral of President NAR Robinson

As a nation we mourn the passing of His Excellency Arthur NR Robinson TC, OC, SCC, and we have prayed and continue to pray for the repose of the soul of this mighty chief. We pray to Almighty God to find comfort and peace to his family, affected the most by his transition from this earth and specifically from his beloved homeland which he protected successfully at the peril of his own life when it mattered most…

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Non-Communicable Disease Child Conference

“Lifestyle diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, and obesity are precursors to chronic diseases, contributing to their prevalence. Regrettably, many persons fall prey to lifestyle diseases as a result of the choices they make, sometimes due to a lack of options, the result of poverty, or sometimes due to a mere lack of information”

 

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Inauguration Address

I wish to express my gratitude to former President Richards, for his services to this Republic, for his corporation during the transition period and particularly for his generous hosting of this ceremony.

I am humbled by the abundance of goodwill that I have received, but I am ever mindful that goodwill can be nebulous and can dissipate if expectations are not realised or not realised expeditiously.  I have listened quietly, but with some pause to the well intentioned, rational discussions on ...

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