“This government ran on a platform of good governance, accountability and transparency. And so, in that very vain, of accountability and transparency, I seek to lay before this House this morning certain financial statements I think it is prudent and important,” said the minister.
Minister Grant emphasized the fact that the accounts were nine years behind.
“Today I am laying in this Honourable House audited accounts for the Frigate Bay Development Cooperation for 31st December 2015 and the 31st December 2016,” he said. “So worthy of note is that we have done 10 years of audited accounts since we have been in office.”
Minister Grant also laid before the House the audited accounts of the St. Kitts Tourism Authority for the years ending December 31st, 2016 and December 31st, 2017.
“That is how this government operates,” said Minister Grant.