Dr Terrance Drew Scholarship winner announced

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS – The St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) caretaker for St. Christopher 8, is expanding The Dr. Terrance Drew Scholarship programme.
“A young man said he wants to be a doctor and I felt proud of him because at some point in my life I was at that stage, but through the policies of the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party Administration (of Dr. Denzil Douglas), I was able to travel to Cuba to become a doctor and then I took it from there and reached as far as the United States to specialise,” said Dr. Terrance Drew.
“When I think of politics, I think that politicians have to work hard to ensure that we improve peoples’ lives so that generations to generations can be improved,” he said on Wednesday’s edition of Issues on Freedom FM.
Dr. Drew announced he had expanded the scholarship programme to benefit more students moving from the primary school into high school.
He congratulated Dean Glasford Primary students: Mr. Laurence Knight Jr., Most Outstanding Performance; Zaquan Flemming, Most Promising Boy; Gendari Mills and Kendira Handfield, Most Promising girls; Tucker/Clarke Primary: Most Outstanding student from Conaree, J’siah Foster; Tamyra Phillip, Cayon Primary: Abhigail Richards, Most Promising Girl and Javante Liburd, Most Promising Boy.

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