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PMO calls general public to register their entries for nomination for 2023 National Honours Award

WorldPMO calls general public to register their entries for nomination for 2023 National Honours Award

The Office of the Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, under the directives of Prime Minister Dr Terrance Drew, has made an announcement of the beginning of the 2023 National Honours Award Nominations. The PMO has called the general public and residents to register their entries for the nominations before the deadline of July 31, 2023.

As per the shared details, PM Drew took it to his official social media handle to share the update on the 2023 National Honours Award Nominations, urging people of the nation to take part and register for the nominations.


Along with this, PM also shared a flyer through his Facebook handle adding the details regarding the nominations, which added that, “The PMO wishes to inform the people that the 2023 National Honours Award Nominations Forms are now available at  the Security Desk a the Government Headquarters, Church street.”

Additionally, it was also conveyed that St Kitts and Nevis is all set to celebrate 40 years of the Anniversary of Independence from 1983-2023, under the ideology of “Growing Sustainability, Developing Maturely, Building Resiliency: Independence 40.”

Moreover, PM Drew mentioned that the people of the Caribbean nation can access all the needed information and details on the form submission from the Prime Minister’s Office.

In this context, it was also informed that the 2023 National Honours Award had been a significant and significant event to held in the nation.

The general public plays a significant role in its beginning as the nominations are highly impacted by them and their participation, said the Prime Minister Office. Furthermore, the authorities have also confirmed that the Kittians and Nevisians must submit their applications for the nominations before the set deadline of July 31, 2023.

At the same time, the details shared by PM Drew also instructed that, “The Forms are to be completed and accompanied by a detailed profile of the nominee and submitted to the: Cabinet Secretariat Prime Minister’s office, Government Headquarters, Church Street, Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis.”


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