By: Spokesman Newsroom
BASSETERRE, St.Kitts (Friday 23rd November 2018)-Well-known political activist 46-year-old Curtis Crooke is back out to work this week but not at the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport.
Instead, he has been transferred to another entity owned by the management company of the airline agent he had been attached to for 20 years until the recent revoking of his work ID.
Crooke has informed this media house that on Monday 19th November, he began working at the company’s home and building location as a driver.
He has been moved from his job as an airport ramp attendant after being labelled a “high risk threat to national security”.
Crooke’s ID was issued on 30th September 2018 with an expiry date of 30th September 2019, and for this he finds the allegation of a being security threat “Strange” as it has come about “all of a sudden.”
This vocal political activist, who is a supporter of the opposition St.Kitts-Nevis Labour Party, is of the firm view that his ID has been revoked stemming from “victimisation” under the Harris-led administration.
According to Crooke, he has been very professional at his job over the years.
“Whether it’s PAM or Unity I am very helpful to everybody. I am very patriotic when it comes to my country,” he says.