Elvis Weaver Honored with King’s Fire Service Medal After 43 Years of Service

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Elvis Weaver, former Fire Chief, has been honored with the King’s Fire Service Medal after 43 years of dedicated service.

As the first recipient from Antigua and Barbuda under King Charles III’s reign, Weaver’s achievement marks a significant milestone.

At the award ceremony, officials commended Weaver’s contributions, noting his impact on the fire service’s progress and his role as a mentor.

Weaver expressed his gratitude, stating, “It’s incredibly rewarding to be recognized for my years of hard work.” He views becoming Fire Chief as his greatest accomplishment and plans to spend his retirement farming.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. The King’s Fire Service Medal???

    Is this some kind of sick joke? Or more of a subtle way of keeping Antiguans subservient to the UK monarchy?

    Recognise Mr Elvis Weaver’s 43 years service by all means, but why not from an Antiguan special award that has absolutely nothing to do with a king whose ancestors gained much of their wealth off the back of the slave trade, especially during queen Elizabeth’s 1 reign.

    Now fast forward to 2024, and all they offer Antiguans are worthless trinkets … give Brixtonian a break!!!

    Give Mr Weaver something like an Antiguan or African artefact that means so much more – see it dey.

    I CAN’T WAIT FOR GASTON BROWNE TO CUT OUR TIES WITH THE ENGLISH MONARCHY (LIKE BARBADOS 🇧🇧) AS HE PROMISED.

    Hopefully this is ONE promise he can keep!

  2. @brixtonian the mathematics equations are simple:

    Honoring the blakies servants with a stupid cardboard..and this chimps at the end will link your juicy b..lls ,or ever and ever.

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