DLP challenged to stay relevant
PENTECOSTAL PREACHER Kenroy Burke today called on the ruling Democratic Labour Party (DLP) to keep rebranding itself to stay relevant.
Unless this was done, said Burke, the party ran the risk of becoming obsolete.
He challenged the party to avoid the position where Barbados could do without it, saying if the party did not succeed then it was time to “pack up and go home”.
He also urged the party leaders and Government to keep their integrity, strive for excellence and abolish nepotism.
Burke was addressing a service at the George Street Auditorium, one highlight of the DLP’s 59th annual conference. (TY)