Former calypso monarch Akima Paul-Lambert has been appointed Grenada’s High Commissioner to London.
This revelation was made at the latest post-cabinet briefing on Tuesday. While cabinet has agreed to appoint Ms Paul-Lambert the appointment will have to go through a process of approval, which will take about two months and from there she will be appointed High Commissioner to the Court of St. James (The United Kingdom) as well as non-resident ambassador to the Holy See (The Vatican).
Minister for Health, Social Security and International Business Hon. Nikolas Steele described Paul-Lambert as well known Grenadian. In addition to being a former calypso monarch, the St. Mark native is also former island scholar, a former island scholar, and a graduate of Cambridge University. She currently resides in the United Kingdom where she is a successful attorney at law.
The minister thanked and congratulated Mrs Paul-Lambert as a “patriotic Grenadian” saying the Government and people of Grenada appreciates her for stepping forward to assist her country.