Official promises consultation and beach access, with parking, at WISEZ at Seaforth


On Sunday over 100 residents led by activist Raul Samuel embarked on an information and education tour of the Western Imperial Special Economic Zone (WISEZ).

They were greeted by an unexpected guest, an officials of the WISEZ. Here is how the encounter unfolded:

Advertise with the mоѕt vіѕіtеd nеwѕ ѕіtе іn Antigua!
We offer fully customizable and flexible digital marketing packages.
Contact us at [email protected]


  1. Do these people have any money? Between this one (another smooth talker) and YIDA (the latter of whom appears to be a nothing more than a wharf rat level BSer) I would say two disasters for Antigua who have managed to (most likely grease the account/s of those with obsessive greed?) into getting vital to the environment lands for so called “investments” that are of absolutely no benefit whatsoever to the people or the sustainable future of this island.
    Hopefully Antiguans have wizened up by now to the hollow promises of jobs!

  2. When all is said and done, it is simply this. Mr Singh go and find somewhere else to destroy. You are not coming here and mash up we likkle island. If you don’t stop now we will stop you when the new govt come in, or we will make it hell for you so you have to leave and run and leave everying. We dont care how much you already gave him or what you are getting for the big rent. We are tired of all this badness in arwe country. Go in yours and mash um up. We tired a rass ah all ah aryu. Including the bald head mouthstasche Hltler one.

  3. Let us all keep one eye on WIEZ at Seaforth Estate and the other eye on Morris Bay.Where that Sheikh got those Lands for gratis.Now the Administration is going to take on the project.They cannot supply us with water on a regular basis.However,they would be manufacturing dollars to build a Resort at Morris Bay. Please I would not be holding my breath and neither should you.

Comments are closed.