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NDP Youth Movement releases campaign videos

The National Democratic Party Youth Movement invites the Territory to look for each video daily and to LIKE and SHARE the truth about the Government's accomplishments with others. Photo: File
ROAD TOWN, Tortola- The National Democratic Party Youth Movement has launched a series of informative and factual videos covering the National Democratic Party Government's accomplishments in the past three and a half years. The series of videos are entitled "30 Things in 30 Days" and is an ambitious project that will surmise 30 accomplishments of the Government through the eyes of the youth of the Territory.

The first video which has already been released covers what the National Democratic Party's Youth Movement calls "quite a big deal", the establishment of an on-line presence where Virgin Islands young people are able to gather information about resources and programmes that are available to them.

The revolutionary website which was made possible by the Minister for Education and Culture, Hon. Myron V. Walwyn, was released within the past three and a half years and represents the first time that a government-sponsored and youth-centered website has ever been created in the Virgin Islands. The website, is a wealthy resource for the Territory's youth and provides current job listings, information on resume creation and lists a host of projects that are available within the youth ministry.

The video is the first of 30 videos that will be released as the Territory prepares to re-elect the National Democratic Party's government to a second consecutive term in office.

President of the NDP Youth Movement, Mr. Kevin Fahie said that the NDP Youth Movement only intends to create mediums for positive and factual information to support the NDP campaign.

"We have no interest in creating propaganda and we are certainly not about to allow loose and careless words that will make the people in the Virgin Islands believe that we are suffering as a territory, or worst, that nothing was done, previous to this election. All we ask is for persons to consider the facts and remember that action speaks louder than words".

The National Democratic Party Youth Movement invites the Territory to look for each video daily and to LIKE and SHARE the truth about the Government's accomplishments with others.

5 Responses to “NDP Youth Movement releases campaign videos”

  • EX (11/05/2015, 13:23) Like (5) Dislike (5) Reply
    Blam blah blah blah blah
  • nbc (11/05/2015, 14:00) Like (1) Dislike (5) Reply
    Last election, they spent over $25,000 dollars on consultant fees. How much will they spend this time around. NDP has wealth supporters.
  • Honesty (12/05/2015, 13:26) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    who knew about this site before this announcement? Because I asked around and no one could give me a positive answer. They could have made this site last night for all we know.
  • come good (12/05/2015, 19:23) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    what family...stupps
  • me (12/05/2015, 22:58) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Great promotion...Communication is key to promoting one's goals...It is also a good medium to sell your achievements ...the use of the internet, television ads. and this Ad. for example will prove very effective. Visual aids and social media are the way to go. People of varying backgrounds, and age groups (especially the youths - who are technology-savy) will be impacted in a Big Way...GO WALWYN...

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