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Signs of tomfoolery by NNP

My dear people of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique, the signs are showing up once again and as is customary after almost a whole term of NNP doing nothing to ease the pressure on the Grenadian public.

Remember people for the past four years the NNP never listened, they victimised public servants, called nurses and doctors thieves of chicken, and barred most Grenadians from state benefits and only gave to their friends and families during Covid-19.

This is the time to do the right thing and choose wisely for the betterment of you and your families and loved ones and Grenada as a whole.

There are too many indicators proving that the old school is almost out of modern ideas to promote betterment for this beautiful country of ours.

Some of the facts we must consider as we move closer to the polls are:-

(1). The high rate of unemployment

(2). Nepotism widespread

(3). Public servants and their victimisation

(4). Immoral and unethical behaviour in public office by the high priest and his concubine

(5). Misuse of state funds (SEED).

(6). Lack of will to provide employment for citizens

(7). High rate of corruption especially in government and the public service

(8). Victimisation of Teachers, Police Officers, Nurses, Doctors

(9). Bad roads, bad police stations, bad schools, suffering of farmers through Praedial Larceny with no end in sight

(10) Lack of attention to our hard working fishermen

(11) The lack of will to honour the court order and pay pension and many public officers and citizens

This NNP administration has arrived at their last game and the people must ensure that the voting public give a resounding no when it comes to the return of the NNP to office.

All Grenadians must be prepared and ready to go out and vote in order to ensure that NDC is voted into office now that Grandpa has rung his bell.

Grenadians, please don’t be fooled by those we have as traitors and lovers of themselves as we would have seen since 2013 and continuing.

Just ignore all those opportunists and get registered to teach them the lesson of the century.

When you go out there and vote NDC, you will be voting for a better Grenada and will see the return of Pension, a people’s Police Force, an end to Sexual Harassment of female police officers by their seniors, an end to Nepotism, better standard of living for all Grenadians, an end to contract workers, better protection for our farmers and fishermen, better roads, reduced import tax on vehicles, the release of the ban on vehicles over 10 years.

My last appeal to you is to VOTE NDC – THE HEART ON ELECTION DAY FOR A BETTER GRENADA. NNP MUST GO FOR GRENADA TO GROW.

Steve Grant