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THE GLEANER MINUTE: Holness’ rallying cry | $6 billion fraud complaints | No ‘slavery’ on farm work

Apr 18th, 2023 | Category: The Gleaner Minute | 2:03
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#JamaicaGleaner APRIL 18, 2023: A Government review team says the conditions under which Jamaican farm workers live in Canada are not akin to “slavery”, contradicting claims of inhumane existence that emerged last year august… Jamaica’s Prime Minister Andrew Holness is rallying his counterparts to press the united states to do more to stem the flow of American-made guns fueling killings in CARICOM countries…The Counter-Terrorism and Organized Crime Division of the Jamaican police force says it received almost 3,000 complaints of fraud involving more than $6 billion in the last five years. The police are investigating the circumstances under which a visually-impaired man who was sitting in his wheelchair was killed in a motor vehicle crash along the orange bay main road

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