The Minority Front Youth Leader, Jonathan Annipen was recently appointed as a Commissioner of Oaths by the Department of Justice. The position is said to add value to an already colourful string of titles held by aspirant politician.
Minority Front Leader Mrs Shameen Thakur Rajbansi says she is proud of the young leader and has confidence that he will exercise his duties well, “ I have personally invested in the training of our youth leader and I am exceptionally delighted at this appointment. Jonathan is a reliable individual who is keen on self-development and personal growth. He has the makings of a fine leader and is determined in his pursuit to help communities. Jonathan is always on the forefront of crisp and innovative actions and has a remarkable sense of maturity therefore recommending him for this office was not hassle for me. I am confident that with the accurate knowledge he has of policies and legislation he will execute his duties with sobriety and judiciously.”
Speaking of the appointment Jonathan Annipen said this just means I can continue to do what I do best, now only on a more excessive scale, that is to help people. “I am humbled at this appointment. It is my passion to help people and with this noble office I am able to do just that. This will also increase the list of activities that take place at our already busy office and I am only thrilled that we are in this way advancing our sphere of influence. This is also a tribute to my late mum, she inspired me to be of benefit to society and I am certain that this announcement would have made her proud.”
Persons who may need the assistance of a commissioner of oaths may visit Jonathan at the Minority Front offices in Gem city