Confirmed: Seiveright replaced as aide to Holness





Delano Seiveright has been replaced by Marlon Morgan as aide to Opposition Leader Andrew Holness.

Meanwhile former National Security Minister Dwight Nelson has replaced Arthur Williams and will take over the duties of providing information for the Opposition Party.



  
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Phillip Cole 07/02/2013 16:04:56
Couldn't have happened to a nicer guy! DWL!
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Ananda Alert activated for 15-yr-old Cedar Grove girl

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One suspect held in connection with East Kingston triple murder

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PNP expresses support for Canadian people

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CDC to monitor all travelers from Ebola nations

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Triple murder victims in Bog Walk identified

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