(CMR) HE The Governor, Martyn Roper, reported yesterday on his social media platform that his wife had returned to the Cayman Islands. In a brief statement issued on his social media pages, he shared:
“As many of you know my wife Lissie had to leave the Islands in March to care for her elderly parents. Her parents are now doing very well, and I am delighted that she has completed her 2 weeks in isolation at a Government facility and was one of the 123 negative test results announced yesterday! Nice to have her home at last, and she is excited to be back.”
The island was made aware that his wife was off-island when local port activist Mario Rankin accused the governor of arranging the first air-bridge flight to get his wife back on the island. The governor then had to reveal that in fact, his wife was overseas attending to her elderly parents and had no intention of returning at that time.