75 children from the City West summer camp pay surprise visit to Prime Minister Gaston Browne

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Photo by OPM

On Thursday, 75 children from the City West’s annual summer camp made a surprise visit to Prime Minister Gaston Browne at his office on Queen Elizabeth Highway.

The enthusiastic young campers had the opportunity to interact with Prime Minister Browne and pretended to be him for the morning.

Prime Minister Browne spent his Thursday morning showing the children his office and allowing everyone to sit in his chair and pretend to pick up calls and sign their names.

Questioning the young campers about their experience at the camp so far, many students reported that they enjoyed music lessons and sports time the most.

Before bidding the children farewell as they made their way to Stingray city for the day, PM Browne reminded them that they can become Prime Minister someday, once they remain focused, authentic, and hardworking.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. I hope the kids gave Gaston Browne some ideas of how to run a country because he has so many failures , many failures and in these hard hard times the people are suffering and he just don’t know what to do.

  2. Kudos to you HONOURABLE GASTON A. BROWNE

    You have secured for the youths:
    -Early Childhood Education
    -Primary school education
    -Secondary School education
    -UWI FIVE ISLANDS
    -ABICE new and improved

    #NextLevel
    #EducationRevolution
    #EconomicPowerhouse

  3. Best comment is the face of the young girl with the white bow in her hair…. She speaks for the nation!!

  4. Alphonso, you desk never looked better! De pickee nearga had to have helped you straighten up that slop.

  5. Those children are very fortunate. They may never have the change again to see the inside of the PM office. Or even sit in his chair. Those memories will last them a live time. Thank you, Mr. Prime Minister for this memorable event for our little ones. Perhaps you could do that for our pensioners as well.

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