June 24, 2022 | By Colin Jarrett | Dickon Mitchell, 44 years, the leader of the Opposition National Democratic Congress, NDC in Grenada is Prime Minister-elect. He won the general elections in Grenada yesterday (June 23, 2022) and has been declared the victor.
Preliminary reports show that he has won 9 of the 15 seats, with the remainder going to the New National Party, NNP of Dr Keith Mitchell.
Several senior government ministers lost their seats.
The NDC leader Dickon Mitchell, who took over the opposition party in October last year, defeated Foreign Affairs Minister Oliver Joseph by a margin of 4,414 to 2,742 votes in the St David constituency.
In a message posted on its website, the NDC leader said his party was overwhelmed with gratitude and stand humbled before the Lord and the people of Grenada.
A special victory celebration event was held last night.
— St Vincent Times (@stvincenttimes) June 24, 2022