Dwayne George, previously selected by the Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party to contest the By-Election in St Mary’s South, has now assumed the role of a senator and Junior Minister in the Ministry of Finance, following an unsuccessful bid.
Prime Minister Gaston Browne has committed to nurturing George’s personal and professional development, recognizing his potential as an economist.
During George’s swearing-in ceremony, PM Browne praised his dedication and pledged to provide opportunities and guidance as his mentor.
Browne encouraged residents to have reasonable expectations of their new minister, emphasizing that he cannot single-handedly address all their issues.
Criticisms, he advised, should be carefully considered for growth potential.
Governor General Sir Rodney Williams reminded George of the importance of upholding the rule of law and the utilitarian principle, emphasizing policies that benefit the majority.
George was urged to contribute to policies that promote the well-being of all citizens, regardless of their backgrounds.
Additionally, Sir Rodney called for collaboration between the public and private sectors to drive economic growth.
George, in response, vowed to work for the betterment of his constituents, embracing his new roles as Senator and Minister of State with dedication and humility.
Under Prime Minister Browne’s mentorship and the guidance of the Governor General, George’s journey in public service begins, with the promise of contributing to the advancement of Antigua and Barbuda.
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