Guests stood bewildered as controversy laden Government Minister Richard Azan on Friday strolled confidently about at an official opening event by a private sector company in New Kingston where the news media was out in their numbers. The Prime Minister only reinforced that bewilderment after an interesting keynote address at the event. Had Mr. Azan served under the previous administration he would have long gotten the boot.
Now while we in Jamaica sit back and allow the government space to offload burdensome taxes and painful cutbacks, people in other countries are treated with respect. In wealthy France the left leaning President Francois Hollande in addition to him and his Ministers taking a 30 percent pay cut ditched his Citroen C6 official car, the equivalent of a BMW 5 series and Audi A6 that our Prime Minister and Minister of Finance ride around Kingston city in
The People's National Party has welcomed the announcement by IMF Mission head to Jamaica Jan Kees Martjin, that the mission had reached a staff level agreement with Jamaican for US$750 million loan.
The Ministry of National Security in an update on its Facebook page stated that a boat originating from Haiti arrived on the island’s North-East coast about 6:00 this morning, carrying approximately 25 persons.