A spirited council meeting in St. Elizabeth saw members of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) and their supporters uniting in a show of enthusiasm for the government’s accomplishments. The Andrew Holness-led administration received accolades for fulfilling its promises, particularly in the areas of indigent housing, improved water supplies, healthcare, and employment opportunities.

Addressing the JLP council meeting in South East St. Elizabeth this Sunday, several speakers passionately highlighted the numerous successes achieved under the leadership of Prime Minister Andrew Holness. Senator Abka Fitz Henley, who was recently appointed, underscored the government’s accomplishments in the field of education. He also countered the opposition leader’s stance on removing guarantors for students applying for tertiary study loans. Senator Fitz Henley emphasized that the administration is fully cognizant of the transportation challenges that have been affecting several parishes and assured attendees that the government is actively addressing these issues. Watch the report:

Reporter: Kimberly Henry