Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Bradley Felix - Simply Choiseulian To The Very Core!

It is now common knowledge that the United Workers Party (UWP) has endorsed its candidate for the Choiseul/Saltibus constituency. Bradley Felix, a banker, will be contesting against the incumbent MP and Minister of Tourism, Lorne Theophilus.

In a statement on his Facebook page Bradley describes who he is in the most of simplistic terms – thus giving an all-round picture of the man’s humility.

“Who am I?

Bradly Felix is a successful career banker, environmentalist and creative soul. He was born in the village of Choiseul, the first of his mother’s and fifth of his father’s children.
While Bradly grew up in the CDC in Castries he spent every single school vacation in Choiseul and up until 2 years ago did not know how Christmas was celebrated outside of Choiseul. Throughout his life
Mr. Felix maintained an intense affection and connection with Choiseul encouraging friends to come feel the Choiseul experience whether it be climbing the pitons, bathing in the river or a waterfall or just enjoying the incomparable scenery. It was not a surprise that he would decide to build his home in Choiseul despite working in the extreme north of the island. Mr. Felix is married and proud father of three.”

 His page is being overwhelmed with “likes” as I write this piece. Here are a  few Comments from his page:

Anne Sheran Ferdinand: You a good guy Brad with a good heart I wish you the best in your endeavor

Stickey Kronik Boom: Kudos to Mr. Felix for taking that big step in his quest to bring quality representation to the "people's republic of Choiseul"

Mandy Joseph: Great individual had the pleasure of being neighbors in CDC to his wonderful family

Ethel Jn. Baptiste: A REAL CHOISEULIAN!

Marie C Auguste: Good Luck

Brenda Ifil: All the best Bradley, you are always true to yourself

Jhune Richards All the best Bradley!

Leontius Joseph I feel proud when I see young people from my village stepping up to the challenge go for it son you will be in my prayers

General elections are due anytime this year according to a number of pundits.

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