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No Limits still standing despite economic situation

- Monies being withheld in treasury did not stop the party
No Limits Business Services was joined by Representative for the Third District, Honourable Julian Fraser, RA and other close family and friends at their annual year end party in Sea Cows Bay on December 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Mr Rajah Smith has been complimented for bringing the people of the districts across the territory together for a number of years. Photo: VINO
Mr Rajah Smith has been complimented for bringing the people of the districts across the territory together for a number of years. Photo: VINO
Hon Julian Fraser, RA, had no holding back in noting that the activity for the night would have been at a much better standard had the young business entrepreneur not been caught with many others, having their payments backed up in the Government’s treasury. Photo: VINO
Hon Julian Fraser, RA, had no holding back in noting that the activity for the night would have been at a much better standard had the young business entrepreneur not been caught with many others, having their payments backed up in the Government’s treasury. Photo: VINO
No Limits Business Services annual year-end party 2013, Sea Cows Bay, Tortola, VI. Photo: VINO
No Limits Business Services annual year-end party 2013, Sea Cows Bay, Tortola, VI. Photo: VINO
No Limits Business Services annual year-end party 2013, Sea Cows Bay, Tortola, VI. Photo: VINO
No Limits Business Services annual year-end party 2013, Sea Cows Bay, Tortola, VI. Photo: VINO
No Limits Business Services annual year-end party 2013, Sea Cows Bay, Tortola, VI. Photo: VINO
No Limits Business Services annual year-end party 2013, Sea Cows Bay, Tortola, VI. Photo: VINO
No Limits Business Services annual year-end party 2013, Sea Cows Bay, Tortola, VI. Photo: VINO
No Limits Business Services annual year-end party 2013, Sea Cows Bay, Tortola, VI. Photo: VINO
No Limits Business Services annual year-end party 2013, Sea Cows Bay, Tortola, VI. Photo: VINO
No Limits Business Services annual year-end party 2013, Sea Cows Bay, Tortola, VI. Photo: VINO
No Limits Business Services annual year-end party 2013, Sea Cows Bay, Tortola, VI. Photo: VINO
No Limits Business Services annual year-end party 2013, Sea Cows Bay, Tortola, VI. Photo: VINO
No Limits Business Services annual year-end party 2013, Sea Cows Bay, Tortola, VI. Photo: VINO
No Limits Business Services annual year-end party 2013, Sea Cows Bay, Tortola, VI. Photo: VINO
No Limits Business Services annual year-end party 2013, Sea Cows Bay, Tortola, VI. Photo: VINO
No Limits Business Services annual year-end party 2013, Sea Cows Bay, Tortola, VI. Photo: VINO
No Limits Business Services annual year-end party 2013, Sea Cows Bay, Tortola, VI. Photo: VINO
No Limits Business Services annual year-end party 2013, Sea Cows Bay, Tortola, VI. Photo: VINO
SEA COWS BAY, Tortola, VI – No Limits Business Service (NLBS) is a small company owned and operated by a young entrepreneur, Mr Rajah A. Smith. For over twelve years, Smith and his family, along with leaders of the Third District have been known to bring together workers and members of the community for a time of merriment around the Christmas season.

Mr Smith said he has committed to doing this at the end of every calendar year and despite the fact that business was not as bright over the past two years, he was determined to have the usual fellowship with his people and supporters.

“Even though the economy is not robust, they can’t stop the party,” Mr Smith told the gathering on December 26, 2013.

“As far as the Territory is concerned we ought to put that behind us tonight and come out here and make sure that we are consistent with what we have been doing for several years, making sure that the people in the district enjoy themselves and put their differences behind them, bad times and all,” Third District Representative, Honourable Julian Fraser, RA told those present at the celebration.

According Hon Fraser Mr Smith has been bringing the people of various districts across the Territory together for a number of years and has been very consistent in doing so. “Tonight is just a warm up for January 11, when we will have the District Party… and then you will hear more about the district itself,” he added.

Hon Fraser did not hold back in noting that the activity for the night would have been at a much better standard had the young business entrepreneur not been caught like many others, having their payments backed up in the Government’s treasury.

“But like I said, despite it all this is the Third District. We are a strong people and we believe in sticking together through thick and thin. Even if we had to come here tonight and drink coconut milk the NDP cannot keep us down,” said Hon Fraser to a loud round of applause.

Mr Rajah A. Smith continues to display the strength and ambition, much like several other young men across the Territory, that persons may have the confidence in for future leadership roles. The question of whether he intends to run for any senior leadership position at the upcoming national elections has been put to him by Virgin Islands News Online on a number of occasions.

His response, as always, “When the time is right you will know if that is the case or not. When the time is right I certainly will let you know.” Despite his shying away from the question, many persons surrounding him are optimistic that he will make an excellent leader soon.

33 Responses to “No Limits still standing despite economic situation”

  • A Fahie (29/12/2013, 10:51) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Wow
  • JACK BE STILL (29/12/2013, 11:11) Like (3) Dislike (1) Reply
    Keep the good works up Rajah god is on your side
  • Voters (29/12/2013, 12:20) Like (4) Dislike (8) Reply
    rahaj may not be the best candiate in town but I will vote for him eany day over myron ad achie
  • college profess (29/12/2013, 13:24) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
    We can spend a lot of time thinking about how to measure correlates between public attributes like being a young businessman as Mr. Smith is and economic development or how to measure corruption, but suppose somebody says, " Listen, we would like some help in improving our government. " Does Mr. Smith know how to do that ? Does he have interesting case studies of how people cleaned up corruption or improved the administration of law ? Does he have interesting analytical frameworks that would be useful for seminars in which we could share experiences about how the BVI governement should work? - not presuming the others there in office have a blueprint, but we have to come to the table with new ideas, not business as ususal
    • confused (29/12/2013, 14:29) Like (1) Dislike (3) Reply
      what is your point?
    • Gasprov (29/12/2013, 17:25) Like (3) Dislike (3) Reply
      @ college profess, all that accademic crap you wrote to discredit Rajah isin't going to help your jelous ass. A Rajah A. Smith you will never be.

      Rajah you are a sucess, the overwhelming majority of us are proud of you, you make us proud. Your I heard was a smash as always, just keep on doing what you been doing all year and God will reward you, despite the Treasury.
      • @ Gasprov (29/12/2013, 20:20) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
        You obviously do not know Rajah like I do or maybe you are just being sarcastic
    • TO: college profess (29/12/2013, 17:59) Like (2) Dislike (3) Reply
      That sounds like a blog from MVW...the fool getting scared already that Mr. Smith will take all the youth vote from you eh? VOTE RAJAH ALL THE WAY
  • vip (29/12/2013, 13:39) Like (7) Dislike (7) Reply
    the politians didnt screw things up, the voters did. How else could people like Alvera, Archie, Deloris, Myron be elected to office? Rajah boss run deman
  • asura (29/12/2013, 13:44) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    Fazer If you thought 2013 was a shellacking, wait till you see '14.
  • kishmet (29/12/2013, 14:03) Like (6) Dislike (3) Reply
    i tell u i had a irie time at the party . to see all my family come home i had a good time with all of them keep the faith rajah (my cuz)we are all here to support u
  • xxxxxxxx (29/12/2013, 16:58) Like (3) Dislike (1) Reply
    BVI politics requires toughness, conscience and a fundamental commitment to the rights of every one, with all due respect I am not sure Roger has those qualities
  • away (29/12/2013, 17:52) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
    Both VIP and NDP are much of the same!!!!They pay no attention to anything but their dumb supporters telling them only what they want to hear. I say, scare 'em a little Alvin with the PEP!!!
  • apple pie (29/12/2013, 19:39) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    It's about a party not politics
  • Jamdown (29/12/2013, 20:07) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    ndp dem tek wi fi fool enuh....run roger
  • Wise Cracker (29/12/2013, 20:45) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    The truth is that the BVI is on the "Yellow Brick Road" to no where and after the NDP Tornado anyone can run and win!!!!.
  • jamgirl (29/12/2013, 21:34) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    I ve known rajah since 2003 always helping whenever or wherever he can no matter how small he is always willing to give .
  • sea cows bay massive (30/12/2013, 08:43) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Rajah the haters and snakes cannot keep you down, if you run you sure got my vote!!!
  • ooooo (30/12/2013, 10:29) Like (0) Dislike (1) Reply
    Yawn....
  • Eh? (30/12/2013, 11:16) Like (0) Dislike (9) Reply
    LMAO! So now they finally admitting that they rely on the Government for everything? LMAO!! You throwing a party every year, what the Treasury got to do with this? LMAO!!! WOW!
    • @Eh (30/12/2013, 11:40) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      Investment club don't get money out the treasury to.
      • now sah (31/12/2013, 01:18) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
        Investment club lives on the government nipples..Them nipples probably sore by now.
    • fool (30/12/2013, 23:27) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      @EH, the man work for Government, Government won't pay him, therefore Treasury have everything to do with it
  • all (30/12/2013, 22:13) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Rajah bouy go sit down about you running
  • Tola Girl (31/12/2013, 04:54) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    I ain't in no politricks but the party was real nice dispite the late start and the lil music in the begining but when the last Dj went on I don't kno his name I kno him by seein him the cute chubby dude he turnt up the place I like how he played music for everyone even the Latinos in the house rahjah keep it up come even bigger next yea who e hurt e hurt
  • general (31/12/2013, 11:37) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    does he got the qualification to run. I doubt it.


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