Retired civil servant joins DNA ticket in All Saints West


Career-civil servant and former aerodrome superintendent at the VC Bird International Airport Leon Smith, also known as Abhlee, is the latest to join the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) slate of election candidates.

Smith is hoping to take the seat away from Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party (ABLP) incumbent Michael Browne.

The father of seven is originally from Freemans Village. He is a past student of the All Saints Secondary and holds a BA in Accounting.

Currently a farmer, Smith hopes to transform the fisheries, agriculture and civil aviation sectors of Antigua and Barbuda.

He was introduced as a candidate at a launch at the Sea View Farm Primary Wednesday night.


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  1. If Chanlah was still running, this guy wouldn’t stand a chance, but UPP put Lamin Newton there as the “stand in” to try and match Chanlah’s capability.

    According to MP Massiah, elections will be held on March 8th. So why is the DNA dragging its feet on launching a full slate of candidates?? All 17 DNA candidates will need to time to do ground work and get to know their community members and launch their individual campaign.

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