Thursday, April 25, 2024

Sir Assad’s moment


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Founder of Chefette Restaurants, Barbados’ most popular fast food company, Sir Assad John Haloute, was last night formally presented with his insignia by Governor General Dame Sandra Mason after being knighted in the Queen’s 2019 New Year’s Honours List.

At the ceremony held at Government House, Cynthia Joan Williams, Reverend Hughson CarlosInniss and John Wayne Anderson Watts received their Order Of The British Empire (OBE) awards. The late Dr Frances Chandler, who died in February, had also been named a Member of the BritishEmpire (MBE) for her work in agriculture and sustainable development.

Her niece Stephanie Barnett accepted the award. Following the ceremony, Sir Assad said he felt “happy” and “honoured”, as he thanked the Chefette staff and his family for their support. (TG)



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