With the date for local government elections still seemingly undecided, Opposition Leader Mark Golding is assuring Jamaicans that his administration is united and ready to lead the country closer to attaining vision 2030. 

Speaking at a constituency conference in Manchester on Saturday, Golding says under the leadership of Former Prime Minister, Portia Simpson-Miller, the People National Party placed Jamaica in the best fiscal position, further reiterating that the People National Party is what Jamaica needs. 

Comparable to a recent statement from Former Prime Minister Bruce Golding, the opposition leader says the education system is failing. 

Meanwhile, speaking at another conference in South East St. Andrew, Member Of Parliament Lothan Cousins slams the Security Minister and the Commissioner of Police, calling for their resignation. 

He says Jamaica’s crime problem is spiraling out of control, which he says confirms the heads of security are underperforming.  More details here:

Reporter: Velonique Bowen