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New Governor arrives on April 8

Mr. Adrian Davis

Mr. Adrian Davis, Designate Governor to Montserrat, will be sworn in on April 8. According to a press release issued by Government House, Mr. Davis and his wife, Mrs. Su Davis will arrive at the John A. Osborne Airport earlier the same day.

After being met by Government officials, Mr. and Mrs. Davis will drive to Government House. They will later attend the swearing in ceremony which will be done during a specially convened meeting of LEGCO at the Montserrat Cultural Centre at 2.00 p.m.

The Governor designate was born in London and trained as an economist. Mr. Davis spent two years in Fiji where he worked as a Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) officer. He subsequently joined the then Overseas Development Administration (ODA) in 1974.

In the past seven years, Governor Davis was based in Beijing, China where he worked on the impact of China on international development issues. He was also responsible for managing the DFID programme there as well as in Cambodia, Indonesia and Vietnam.

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Mr. Adrian Davis

Mr. Adrian Davis, Designate Governor to Montserrat, will be sworn in on April 8. According to a press release issued by Government House, Mr. Davis and his wife, Mrs. Su Davis will arrive at the John A. Osborne Airport earlier the same day.

After being met by Government officials, Mr. and Mrs. Davis will drive to Government House. They will later attend the swearing in ceremony which will be done during a specially convened meeting of LEGCO at the Montserrat Cultural Centre at 2.00 p.m.

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The Governor designate was born in London and trained as an economist. Mr. Davis spent two years in Fiji where he worked as a Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) officer. He subsequently joined the then Overseas Development Administration (ODA) in 1974.

In the past seven years, Governor Davis was based in Beijing, China where he worked on the impact of China on international development issues. He was also responsible for managing the DFID programme there as well as in Cambodia, Indonesia and Vietnam.