Ricky Skerritt, the St Kitts and Nevis-native appointed as head of the Antigua & Barbuda Tourism Authority has resigned.
He resigned for “personal reasons” after being appointed by then Tourism Minister Asot Michael in October 2016.
Skerrit resigned a little over one year into his two-year contract.
A source tells Antigua News Room that discussions are ongoing about a replacement.
A former, tourism minister of St Kitts and Nevis, the appointment of Skerritt was controversial. The opposition took the position that it would be a waste of time to hire Skerrit merely to sit on a board.
He was also appointed at a time when residents were expressing concern over the number of non-nationals occupying high-profile government positions.
We tried to reach Skerrit on his mobile but did not get him.
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I wondered how much Skerrit was being paid to sit on a Board?
He CAN NOW BECOME AM CAMPAIGN MANAGER, ONLY ONE PROBLEM, AM WON’T HAVE A MINISTRY, HE’LL WIN HIS SEAT YES? MAYBE? THE GOHST WORKER FROM NY IS TAGGED TO REPLACE HIM IN PARLIAMENT, HOPE THEY WILL SHOW UP FOR WORK THIS TIME AROUND OR MAYBE THEY WILL OPEN A BARBER SHOP IN ANTIGUA LIKE THEY DID IN NY LOL
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