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Delano Seiveright has been replaced by Marlon Morgan as aide to Opposition Leader Andrew Holness.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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Four assault rifles seized in Mandeville

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‘JUTC bus fare increase an act of cruelty’ says G2K

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