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Global ministry donates 10 generators to First District

Andrew Fahie standing in front some of the generators that were donated.

Internationally-based Rivers of Life Global Ministry has donated 10 generators to local residents who are still without power.

Persons living in the First Electoral District are among the residents who will benefit from the donation.

“The residents of the First District would like to thank Rivers of Life Global Ministry for donating 10 generators to be distributed to persons in the district as well as other districts that still do not have a generator of their own, and still do not have electricity as yet,” said First District Representative, Andrew Fahie.

Fahie recognised founder and President of Rivers of Life, Dr Carolyn Clansy Miller for the donation.

He also thanked Vice-president, Charles Miller; Secretary, Diane Reeves; Treasurer, Lorenza Breckenridge, as well as a number of other board members, volunteers.

He further thanked Interisland Boat Services for offering to transport the items to Tortola.

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  1. I FROM HERE says:

    When you in the opposition you work your tail off to get in office…

  2. Disgusted says:

    Ever since Hurricanes Irma And Maria have graced our beautiful shores and unleashed unprecedented disaster upon us there has been no shortage of voices on the airwaves and face book putting forward suggestions as to how to straighten out the country.There among these voices are those of radio personal, layers and ministers of religion. Each time i listen to these gentleman i am reminded that criticism is easy but it is the art that is difficult. But to be honest as these men project themselves as emissaries of God i would assume they would know that imperfect men cannot find perfect solutions as that is the purview of God.

    What is required is that these self-anointed know it all should harness their energy and get together with the powers be to guide the spiritual life of the nation and sow seeds of hopefulness rather than despair so that meaningful progress can be made on the road to recovery.

    The lawyers who is also voicing their opinions with no real solutions in mind. I would suggest that they use their training to help to craft laws that can solves some of the legal hurdles the governments encountering in order to deliver valuable aid to the people.

    I am tired of the leader of the opposition and the former civil servant from the third district, just talking. The government is trying, Rome was not built in a day and this recovery despite the demagogues will take time. Let us respect that and put hearts and shoulders to the wheel to push the recovery. You who are talking could not and would not to a bit better if you were the government.#bvistrong.

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