JAMAICA NOW: Chang under fire for comment | Rocky Meade declines | Fayval defends schoolgirls’ uniformSep 17th, 2022 | Category: Jamaica Now | 10:44
#JamaicaGleaner #NationalSecurity #DrHoranceChang #RedHills #Polls #RJRGLEANER #DonAnderson #Education #FayvalWilliams #RockyMeade #JCF #CivilService #LeeBoydMalvo SEPTEMBER 17, 2022: National Security Minister under fire for controversial comments to deter criminality… A probe has been launched into an incident where a man was injured during an alleged confrontation with a policeman in the community of Walkers Hill in Red Hills, St Andrew on Friday… The Government is under pressure to explain botched appointment of former Army General to head Civil Service… Latest poll shows Jamaicans would re-elect the JLP to Government… Education Minister Fayval Williams defends regulations at Godfrey Stewart High governing the length of girls’ tunics… The US State of Virginia has denied parole to convicted Jamaican sniper killer Lee Boyd Malvo.
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