The first in MNI Alive Media's series of interviews for elections 2014 on Montserrat begins with the Honourable Minister of Education, Health and Community Services, Colin Riley.
During this interview we speak about the issues to do with education and healthcare delivery on Montserrat. We also talk about the accusations levelled at him on the campaign trail that he has been incompetent with little delivery to show for his five years. Additionally, we looked at his relationship with Premier Reuben T Meade, and if they in fact do get along. His answer is one that clears up any ambiguity as to whether his relationship with the Premier is one of political convenience.
Listen to Hon Riley being exclusively questioned by MNI Alive Media's Editor-in-Chief, Jeevan Robinson.
Listen to the interview below: