President of the Jamaica Football Federation Captain Horace Burrell was a specially invited guest at the swearing in ceremony of the newly elected Cayman Islands Government.
McKeeva Bush was sworn in as Leader of Business at the Legislative Assembly Building on Wednesday.
Captain Burrell in his usual sartorial elegance, sat among the guests who came from not only in the Cayman Islands but from a cross section of the Caribbean and elsewhere.
Burrell said: ‘It was indeed an honour to have been invited by the Honourable McKeeva Bush to be a part of this historic moment for the Cayman Islands. I wish for the him, his ministers and administrators profound success in all areas of the governing of this beautiful Cayman Islands.’
‘I also use this opportunity to further strengthen the ties between Jamaica and the Cayman Islands in my efforts to continue to help in the development of business and sports on the island.’
Burrell is no stranger to Cayman; he is the CEO of the Captain’s chain of Bakeries and the largest bakery currently in Grand Cayman the Captain’s Bakery and Grill. He is also the President of the Jamaica Football Federation. The Captain’s Bakery was officially opened in February 2002 by McKeeva Bush.
Burrell guided the Reggae Boyz to World Cup France 1998 making Jamaica the first English speaking Caribbean island to reach that level.
He is a member of the Executive Committee of the Confederation of North Central American and Caribbean Association of Football (CONCACAF), Senior vice President of CFU and a member of the Disciplinary Committee of FIFA.