Andrew Holness Jamaica’s Next Top Model

Andrew Holness Jamaica’s Next Top Model

Monday, April 18, 2016

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Dear Editor,

It appears that many Jamaicans are comfortable to see pictures of their prime minister trying on glasses, running around Mona Dam, or exercising on his bike in his office. I am not.

Three people were murdered in one day, a child molester is walking free, a pregnant mother was shot and killed, another one shot and six children are left without a mother, and I have yet to hear the prime minister speak on these things, yet many of you prefer to see him acting like a model, and expect people to glorify it.

Many of you were the same ones who used to give Portia Simpson Miller hell, but now you all want to flip the script.

Jamaicans are being murdered at the rate of five per day, we have guns and all kinds of weapons entering the country. The police are afraid of the gunmen, and the prime minister has the time to run laps and have his camera crew take pictures to post on his
Facebook page?

Some of you Jamaicans are a real joke. You best be sure I will continue to call him out. He had all the answers when he was in Opposition.

Those of you who sit at his feet are OK with him acting like he is the model for a magazine cover, fine, that is on you; but do not expect all Jamaicans to share in that.

Michelle Bradshaw

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