Supporters of the opposition Nevis Reformation Party have plan to stage a protest march against the CCM-led NIA today, Friday (Oct 10) starting at 9am. Party leader and former premier, Joseph Parry said he was not behind the protest and seemed not to be fully aware of the specifics of the event. “I didn’t organise [the march],”he told The Observer on Thursday. He was also noncommittal about attending the demonstration. “I suppose [I will be going]. I can’t give you a definite word. I wouldn’t want to have a march like that taking place and I go hiding somewhere where nobody can find me,’said the leader of the opposition in the Nevis House of Assembly. A post on the party’s Facebook page, Vote NRP, said on Thursday that all Nevisians were being called on to “come out tomorrow morning in your numbers and help send a strong message’to the CCM Government. Well no longer can we sit silent and whisper in a corner. Our voices must be heard and our presence must be felt. We will begin to gather at 9:00 a.m. tomorrow at Government House and from there we will OCCUPY CHARLESTOWN!”No longer can we sit silent and whisper in a corner. Our voices must be heard and our presence must be felt. We will begin to gather at 9:00 a.m. tomorrow at Government House and from there we will occupy Charlestown!”A post indicates that the contention with the present government includes “wanton victimization”, “naked nepotism between government ministers”and the “lack of job opportunities and stagnant economy”. The march is slated to begin at Government House, follows through Bath Village, pass Reliable Motors gas station. It continues along Main Street, Charlestown and around the Samuel Hunkins Drive. Efforts to contact the NRP press secretary for further information proved futile. Calls to the Commissioner of Police and ACP Joseph Liburd to ascertain if the opposition had been granted permission to stage the demonstration went un