PRIVATE OPINION

Sir Godfrey Gregg  The current political impasse in SVG is a constitutional matter and the only other person that knows it is Sir James Mitchell. He had a situation in 1974 when he used the power of the office of Premier when Joshua crossed the floor. Look at the 90 days window that only the […]

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RELIVING 2015 ELECTIONS

Sir Godfrey Gregg Four years after the last Elections in St. Vincent and the Grenadines the country is more divided. This action has placed a dent into the people’s purse (TREASURY). Elections are won at the polls and seldom into the courts of law. However, individuals have a right to seek redress in the courts […]

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RECLAIMING OUR RIGHTS

This Black History Month, We are Reclaiming Our Narratives February is Black History Month. Over the years it has become the month the nation recognizes as a time to celebrate the strides and achievements black people have accomplished over the centuries. However, many white people have found themselves celebrating their achievements and somewhat attempt to overshadow […]

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STAY IN YOUR LANE

Sir Godfrey Gregg These days, people often use the phrase “staying in your own lane” to mean minding your own business: don’t tell me what to do, how to live my life, or how to raise my child. In our personal lives, most of us have pretty clear boundaries (either stated or implied) with our […]

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WHERE ARE THE EDUCATORS

Sir Godfrey Gregg This is my take on misinformation in St. Vincent and the Grenadines and it moves around like truth since it is spread by certain individuals who know better. These individuals are trained and know the truth but with a little twist and there is a rumour or something that is not true […]

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO SHAROL-ROSE

TO: An only child, Wonderful, Strong, Motivated, Educated, Business-Oriented, A Mother, Caring, Loving, Dedicated, Loyal, Virtuous, Committed, No Nonsense, Enthusiastic, Godly, Courageous, and there are many more descriptive words I can, but do not want to make an overstatement. I will stand with you until the Lord Calls me home. I want to encourage you […]

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