Meet the DNA’s St Paul candidate


The Democratic National Alliance (DNA) has named Gameal Joyce as its candidate for the St Paul constituency.

Joyce, a businessman and former banker, was unveiled to the public during a town hall-type event at the Cobbs Cross Primary School tonight.

The DNA said the Falmouth resident is ready to transform the agriculture and agro-business sectors in Antigua and Barbuda if elected come 2019.

Joyce believes that the potential for the agricultural sector has not yet been realised.

Joyce currently serves a treasurer for the Antigua and Barbuda Agriculture Forum for Youth (ABAFY)

The husband and father has a background in accounting, finance, anti-money laundering and operational risk and wealth management.

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  1. all saints west please i can’t wait…M’s brown is concerned in getting security contracts for school facts …….got the evidence from text messages he sent a lot of it ….we really need a change tied of the upp and alp so it is going to be interesting. the next election is not going to be normal ,Gaston seat is in trouble,dont know y they voted out chandler thi’s ms guy is a joke has done nothing for the community. …..

  2. Congratulations! Looking forward to hearing your full line of program and policies over the upcoming weeks and months ahead. This will determine who will be the next representative of St. Pauls Constituency.

  3. what can be put in place to hold politician accountable. They come and make alot of promises, they leave without fulfilling any, and it is ok. We are so tired of the empty promises

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