NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (August 06, 2015) — One of Nevis’ outstanding youth Rol-J Williams of Gingerland, urged other youth of Nevis to get involved in meaningful activities. He said that move could lead them to meaningful recognition and subsequently employment.
Williams, 15, a Gingerland Secondary School Student and Youth Parliamentarian, made the call when he spoke to the Department of Information on August 05, 2015, moments after he was recognised by the Nevis Island Assembly for his achievement of the Best Orator Award at the recently concluded 40th Caribbean Parliamentary Association’s (CPA) Caribbean, Americas and Atlantic Region’s Conference in Tortola, British Virgin Islands.
“From a youth prospective, I would like to implore young people to get involved in meaningful activities because at the end of the day, in order for one to be meaningfully employed and meaningfully recognised, they have to participate in meaningful activities. (more…)