Reigning Calypso Monarch Eustace ‘Boss’ Freeman has said he is contemplating whether to run for political office in the British Virgin Islands.
Freeman said the idea of becoming a legislator weighs on his mind daily and he is now awaiting divine confirmation on whether to run.
“Recently, it has been the first thing I think about as I rise, and the last thing on my mind at night. I’ve prayed on it and [I am] now awaiting the big man’s (God) sign,” he said.
“Problem is, I don’t know if he already sent it.”
The Calypso Monarch who took swings at the political leaders on his way to the throne last August said he has a deep-rooted love for his country.
“The tremendous concern [I have] for the wellbeing of us all has me seriously considering [and] if I would be in a position to help the BVI move forward, then definitely I would consider doing it,” he told BVI News today.
Freeman said there are several factors to consider before deciding to step in the political arena, adding that nothing has been finalised.
“For now it’s just a thought,” he said.
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