BPM Leader Trevor Walker Voices Concern Over Internal Challenges to Barbuda Council

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Barbuda People’s Movement (BPM) leader Trevor Walker has voiced concern about potential efforts from within the movement to undermine the Barbuda Council.

In a recent press statement, Walker vowed to prevent such actions from spreading within the movement.

While Walker did not specifically name anyone, his remarks appeared to be a response to criticisms from Gulliver Johnson, a member of the Barbuda Land Rights & Resources Committee. Johnson accused the BPM and the council of colluding to sell Barbuda lands, alleging that the council is not acting in the island’s best interests.

The BPM emphasized the availability of a democratic process for those who believe the council is not serving Barbuda’s people well.

They encouraged dissenters to participate in elections and add their names to the ballot.

Despite internal challenges, the BPM reaffirmed their commitment to advocating for Barbuda’s people, stating that they would persevere despite some members who promote disorder and deceit.

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