Quinn-Williams publishes ‘private’ notice of PLH job fair, believing that Fernandez planned to hand-pick applicants

Pearl Quinn-Williams, the United Progressive Party (UPP) Candidate for St. John’s Rural North, says it appears that Peace Love and Happiness (PLH) Barbuda Ltd. is trying to create an unfair advantage for her opponent, Charles “Max” Fernandez.

In a letter dated February 10, 2022, and addressed to Fernandez, Project President Justin Wilshaw announces an upcoming job fair to be held on Monday, March 8, at the Police Recreation Grounds, and details the positions that are open.

He invites Fernandez to share the information – as he deems fit – with his constituents, civic and other interest groups.

After she posted the job opportunity on social media, Quinn-Williams says, the Antigua Labour Party Rural North Branch posted the information, almost verbatim, on its Facebook page.

The UPP Candidate concludes that her opponent had no intention of advertising the job vacancies to the entire constituency, but only to those who support his party.

The positions on offer include construction, utilities, greens-keeping and turf maintenance, and hospitality services for both the Palmetto Point and Coco Point properties.  The job fair runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.