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SKN: PM Outlines New Initiative To Revitalise Twin Island To Mark 40th Independence From Britain | RJR News - Jamaican News Online
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SKN: PM outlines new initiative to revitalise twin island to mark 40th independence from Britain

St. Kitts & Nevis is marking the 40th anniversary of its political independence from Britain, with Prime Minister Dr. Terrance Drew outlining a new initiative aimed at revitalising the twin island Federation.
 
Dr. Drew described the initiative as "Independence 40 Reset," saying that this transformative programme embodies a commitment to fostering economic growth, improving living conditions, and recognising the invaluable contributions of citizens.
 
He said as a token of appreciation for their dedicated efforts and contributions towards nation-building, the government will be providing a one-time payment of $1,000 to contributors to the Social Security Fund.
 
The Independence 40 Workers' Reset bonuses will be financed through the profits generated from the island's Citizenship by Investment programme.


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