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Errol Fabien joins Griffith’s political party

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Errol Fabian.

Errol Fabien has been appointed director of communications for the National Transformation Alliance (NTA) and a member of its national governance team.

Fabien, comedian, actor, writer, radio host, TV producer and director, is the owner and founder of the local cultural television channel Gayelle.

He was a member of the West Indian Theater Company from 1978 to 1982. He worked as a radio host for over 20 years.

In 2020, he tried to enter the political arena as an independent candidate for the constituency of St Joseph.

In a Facebook post Friday morning, the NTA said Fabien would be responsible for “ensuring the party’s vision, mission and policies strategically align with its corporate identity and brand philosophy to connect effectively with the NTA’s target audiences”.

The NTA was founded by former police commissioner Gary Griffith in May, when he officially invited the public to join the party in a video shared on social media.

Griffith also reportedly said the NTA would not form coalitions with any other party to contest an election.

He has yet to announce the names of the NTA’s full executive council.