Digicel Press Release
Basseterre, St. Kitts (December 5, 2014) – With a radiant smile, a confident Jonelle Irish was greeted by Digicel CEO Johnny Ingle, on Friday morning, December 5th, in recognition of her receiving the Best Results in CAPE Communication and Caribbean Studies for 2014.
With congratulatory gifts of a star-studded Digicel trophy and the new DL800 Smartphone with $100 free credit, Jonelle graduated from the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College last Sunday, November 30th and was acknowledged by the Registrar of that Institution for being this year’s winner of the prestigious Digicel award.
In her response to the Digicel Team, Jonelle revealed that she always had an interest in the subjects of Communication and Caribbean Studies. In January 2015, she will commence a Law Degree and then ultimately pursue International Relations. Jonelle is also a poet and an active member of the Christian Youth Group called Nexxt Generation United (NGU.)
Ingle reinforced Digicel’s commitment to the upliftment of our nation’s human resources through education, and confirmed the yearly partnership with the CFB College is only a small gesture of congratulations to the recipients for their “Ability, Focus and Hard Work.”
Digicel St. Kitts & Nevis conveys season’s greetings and salutes Jonelle on her recent academic achievement and also recognizes her loving and supportive parents for the investment made in what promises to be an even brighter future for this Top CAPE Scholar.