Archer acting as governor
Deputy Governor David Archer, Jr has been appointed to act as governor.
His appointment took effect today and will run until Monday, April 2.
A government media release said Archer is acting in the position in the absence of Governor Augustus Jaspert who is on annual leave and will return on April 3.
“Mr Archer took the Affirmations of Allegiance and Due Execution of Office to act in the post of Governor administered by Her Ladyship the Honourable Justice Ann-Marie Smith,” the release said.
Archer was only sworn in as Deputy Governor of the British Virgin Islands this month.
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Who is the Acting DG?
Soooo if the governor has gone on leave,what about the recovery agency bill .
Archer have it on his desk to sign
one of these, some with brilliant political minds, would be elected “governor” if we so had that human inalienable right and privilege?
District 1: Mr. preston stout
District 2: Hon. Mitch Turnbull
District 3: Hon Julian Fraser
District 4: Ms. Roxie Romney
District 5: Hon Delores Christopher
District 6: Mr. Wade Smith
District 7: Pastor Carnel Fahie
District 8: Hon Marlon Penn
District 9: Dr. Cassander Titley – O’Neal
Ms. Dancia Penn-Sallah
Dr. Karl Dawson
Mr. Julian Willock
Mr. Alvin Christopher
Will w, as a people, ever wake up to and change our own destiny?
You cannot be serious.
The governor needs to be someone who does not have cousins seeking govt contracts.
You start off wrong by replacing Andrew. As for the rest of the slate only Mitch and Marlon may keep their seats and the others dead before arrival not even dead on arrival.
He went to the UK to let them all about the happenings down here to sit and talk with them
Annual Leave? Only 3 days? He returns on the 2nd which is still a holiday
Wonder if there is a typo? He deserve more vacation than 3 days!
one should not comment on a civil servant’s work. its gov’t’s business. he is not a politician. we did not put him there. he came up climbing the ladder let him do his job