Ministers & MLAs deliver Christmas messages via CIGTV

| 22/12/2017 | 8 Comments
Cayman News Service

Finance Minister Roy McTaggart delivers his Christmas message

(CNS): Several of the Cayman Islands legislators have taken to the government’s television station this year to send out their Christmas messages to constituents. Using CIGTV, ministers and MLAs from across the political divide wished the people well for the season and urged them to think of the less fortunate. The Cayman Islands Fire Service has also used the government station to present safety tips for the holiday season.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    It would be nice if they offered a public apology for the catalog of easy cost-effect life improvements they continue to neglect, along with some vocalized commitment to make up for it next year. ie. prepare for the handful of LA sessions in the annual calendar, read the bills, seek input from resident experts, attend the LA those few sessions, stay awake, and generally do their jobs instead of wingin’ it while racking in cash, perks and income from (often-conflicted) private businesses.

  2. West bay Premier says:

    What happened to Mr Bush these days . He doesn’t attract comment no more .

  3. Driftwood Voter says:

    Instead of just ” thinking of the less fortunate”, get off your fat behind and actually do what you were elected to do. I’ve yet to see any of the elected walk through their constituencys unless it was to ensure they get a vote at election time.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I stopped listening to public officials giving Christmas messages years ago, they are not sincere and meaningless. It is about their own public image only.

  5. anonymous says:

    Is this a joke? Our minister for finance, who isn’t minded to do a darn thing to help those in poverty and being thrown out of their homes, actually having a laugh at their expense. What the heck’s wrong with the guy? He’s a rich man, how about giving a thought to the poor? I’m getting sick and tired of these fat cats (including our premier) sponging off the public whilst doing zero to address the needs of the less well off. I wonder if any of them has ever had a partner called Jacob Marley? Just a thought!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Why don’t he do something more useful….

  7. Anonymous says:

    Looking forward to another three years of gifts from Alden to all but Caymanians.

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