ABLP Stalwarts Hugh Marshall Senior, Sir Robin Honored for Contributions to Antigua and Barbuda

Former Government Minister Hugh Marshall Sr

The Antigua and Barbuda Labor Party (ABLP) and the Antigua Trades and Labor Union celebrated the exceptional contributions of stalwarts to the nation’s progress. CLICK HERE TO JOIN OUR WHATS APP GROUP

Among those honored was The Honorable Hugh Marshall Senior, recognized for his unwavering dedication to national and political development within Antigua and Barbuda.

The event, attended by Prime Minister and ABLP Leader, Gaston Browne, along with cabinet members, highlighted Marshall’s pivotal role in shaping the country’s trajectory.


Marshall, known for his service in Parliament from 1976 to 1991, was lauded for his instrumental efforts in rescuing Antigua from what was described as “hazardous, stupendous, and horrendous leadership and governance” during the 1971 period.

Addressing the gathering, Marshall expressed profound gratitude for the recognition, saying, “I am thankful to the almighty God for bringing me out of poverty and living to see affluence in my country.”

He emphasized the transformative impact of key initiatives such as housing projects and the University of the West Indies on lifting communities out of poverty.

Marshall advocated for preserving these achievements, stating, “The housing project and the University of the West Indies are the most important contributions to lift us out of poverty.”CLICK HERE TO JOIN OUR WHATS APP GROUP

Reflecting on the struggles and triumphs of the labor movement, Marshall recalled past Labor Day marches, saying, “I remember the days when we didn’t have 24 people marching with us on Labor Day.”

He commended the collective efforts of the Antigua Trades and Labor Union and the ABLP in building and shaping the nation, affirming, “Every single project in this country has got the fingerprint of the Antigua Trades and Labor Union and the Antigua Labor Party.”

His legacy as a storyteller and a advocate for national development was honored with a resounding applause, marking a poignant moment in the nation’s history.

Sir Robin Yearwood who remains in active politics was also honoured by the ABLP/AT&LU.

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  1. His daughter looks just like him!
    Another old renegade! Sad!!
    Don’t come for me, useful idiots,
    I’m giving my opinion on this public forum!🤔

    • @Sandra clarke…. The typical rantings of a blue fly. You should be the last to be calling people names, you non compos mentis nincompoop.

      • Blue fly??
        I warned you, don’t come for me,
        Useful idiot!!
        That’s why you still throwing up water!!
        Take a long, luxurious shower and then we can talk!😂😂

        • @Sandra clarke… Asshole… Water NEVER stopped flowing through my taps…. Never once had to “throw up water”. It is plain to see that you are one of those blue flies that don’t reside in Antigua.

          Tek dat inna you nennen!

  2. That’s my cousin Hugh Marshall Sr. My father’s first cousin. His story is not only amazing but earth shattering from his humble beginnings to one of the greatest icons of Antigua’s history.

    • Yep. Became a multimillionaire by selling off Barbuda sand. The rape of Barbuda continues with the theft of the lands by the same Labour government.

    • @Straight talk….. That accolade belongs to former PLM (now UPP) minister, Donald Halstead. He left Antigua wearing a frock in the wake of the hydrofoil scandal that landed George Walter in prison. Halstead felt he was going to be implicated and left the country in a pretty-pretty frock.

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