One Accord Plaza becomes place of Drama – Silk Cotton Tree gets clean bill of health and stay of execution via Bi-Partisan support! Thanks: Agyeman Kofi

{EDITOR’S NOTE Those of not familiar with the name may better know ‘Kammie “Swimming Upstream” Holder’ noted activist, re-dubbed after a visit to Ghana}

I want to thank the Minister of Transport and his management team for meeting with us on site this morning. The Minister reitreated the power of Facebook and that they have taken note of our postings. It was agreed, that there is a greater need for engagement of the citizenry on this issue and a townhall meeting will be held. Thus the conclusion was, they will look at how best to incorporate the tree within this project, however no gurantees were given.

  • State of Health

The Dendrologist findings of this tree should be in the Nation tomorrow or Sunday. When Dr Nigel Jones the tree doctor started to examine the tree and rattle off his diagnosis and the signs of good as noted by the structure of the tree, ah had to tell him tell the (mainstream media) as my head could not cope.


Why not name this area in Warrens “Centennial Passage” in honor to all centenarians where a monument can be erected to be inscribed with the names of all centenarians! We can beautify that area and have it as a true tourist attraction. Just Imagine.

  • Thank you to;
  • All those who lent support through posting and sharing the link
  • St Michael North East MP – Mia Mottley
  • St Thomas MP – Cynthia Forde
  • Public Works Minister, John Boyce
  • Environment Minister, Denis Kellman
  • Health Minister, Donvillie Inniss
  • Education Minister, Ronald Jones
  • Nigel Jones – Dendrologist
  • Historian Dr Karl Watson
  • Social Commentator – Henderson Bovell

American Tea Party & Republicans take note - two opposing Political factions CAN put aside differences and work for the common good! Gent on mobile unit is Public Works Minister of Barbados - John Boyce while Lady in red shirt is Opposition MP for St Michael North East, Mia A. Mottley, QC

  • Next Plan of Action

Mobilize Barbadian Ecitizens on Facebook to send the Minister of Family Esther Byer Suckoo a Centennarian Note on the idea of “Centennial Passage

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