Andrew Holness
yesterday at 23:20. Facebook
I am instructing the members of our society who encourage or participate in the sexual grooming of minors to desist! It is wrong, it is a crime and you will be punished for it.
Andrew Holness
yesterday at 18:30. Facebook
I am pleased to hear that the taxi operators have been responsive and compliant in the removal of illegal window tints. We are one step closer towards raising the level of public safety.

#SaferJamaica #ProtectOurGirls
Andrew Holness
yesterday at 14:27. Facebook
Andrew Holness
02/20/2017 at 23:00. Facebook
The government is committed to ensuring good order in the public transport system as a means to reduce crime particularly the abduction and rape of women and children.
The policy directive for the removal of tints from Public Passenger Vehicles must be enforced. I thank the taxi operators who pledged their support for the policy directive during a recent meeting with the Transport Authority.
Andrew Holness
02/17/2017 at 22:51. Facebook
We must crank the engine of economic growth through the development of our water systems, provision of housing and employment.

This project will improve the quality of life for the people of Olympic Court, Bay Farm Villas and Compound.
The National Water Commission will replace the deteriorated and malfunctioning wastewater treatment system as well as lay new pipes to carry waste water to the...
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Andrew Holness
02/17/2017 at 22:01. Facebook
The Government is on track to create 200,000 jobs within the Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) sector.

Yesterday I broke ground for another major investment in the sector at the Portmore Informatics Park in St. Catherine valued at US$31 million dollars or J$4 billion.

The facility to be operated by the Port Authority of Jamaica will see the construction of a 157, 000 square foot...
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Andrew Holness
02/17/2017 at 16:36. Facebook
There is no violence in love. #LoveMeToLive
Andrew Holness
02/17/2017 at 14:14. Facebook
I will be a guest editor for a special section of the Gleaner that will be published on March 2. Look out for it.
Andrew Holness
02/16/2017 at 20:33. Facebook
Ground Breaking Ceremony at the Portmore Informatics Park
JN Foundation
02/16/2017 at 18:41. Facebook
There is NO Violence in LOVE! Honestly - Love is violence free. #NoViolenceInLove No Violence In love
Andrew Holness
02/15/2017 at 20:30. Facebook
One of our favourite groups of young people are the super talented young men of Alpha Academy. So we paid them a visit today to show some #JNLove , and got an amazing jam session courtesy of Sparrow and the Alpha Band
The JN Foundation was spreading the message of love today #JNLove JN BankJN Fund Managers Limited JN General Insurance (JNGI)
Recently I sat with Mr. Thione Niang, Social Entrepreneur, Political Strategist and Youth Advocate, born in Senegal. Mr Niang partnered with musician Akon to bring electricity via solar power to countries across Africa.

I encourage all Jamaican Social Entrepreneurs to give back to their communities and country in any way. Each one, teach one.
Prime Minister's Media Party
Lift Your Voice Emmanuel Apostolic Church ... Always Wow!!!
Student Councillors from the National Secondary Students Council... Advocates for Jamaica
NSSC Service of Thanksgiving
#Nsscw2017
I was deeply saddened to hear of the gruesome way 15 year old Shineka Gray was taken from her family. This has to stop, we have to protect our girls and women. Measures are being put in place to help prevent these acts of violence and to reduce the occurrence of crime. The Government cannot do it alone, we all as citizens must play our part in making Jamaica a safer place for everyone.
How do you help to develop your country? You buy social! Mustard Seed Communities Fine JAMAICAN pottery by their master potter.
By Monday February 13th, Public Passenger Vehicles in particular Registered Taxis must remove their window tints.

It is already the law!

#SaferJamaica #ProtectOurWomen #ProtectOurChildren
We must, each and every one us make a commitment as of today to be a force of motivation and inspiration to the young people of Jamaica, to 'never stop till the work done', and with every fibre of our being - to do everything in our power, to remove the degrading, dismissive and disparaging labels ascribed to us as politicians. Only then can we be truly confident that as leaders, boldly...
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