One Nation Concert Defended by PM Browne

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Despite criticism, PM Browne defends One Nation Concert, emphasizing its tourism and cultural benefits.

The event, costing EC$370,000, draws 10,000+ attendees, generating over $600,000 in taxes.

Browne counters opposition claims, stressing the concert’s role in affordable entertainment and national unity.

Despite allocating more funds to Melting Pot with lower attendance, Browne underscores the widespread economic impact of the concert, involving various businesses.

Scheduled for January 24th, it aligns with Browne’s vision of a peaceful, unified nation.

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