WELLINGTON, New Zealand (CMC) -- West Indies plummeted, in typical dramatic fashion, to a humiliating innings and 73 runs defeat against New Zealand on the third day of the second test at Basin Reserve here on Friday.
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THE Jamaica Observer can confirm that another Lewis, this time Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Andrew Lewis who is now the divisional commander for St James, will be the man to take over from SSP Radcliffe Lewis as the commanding officer for the Police Traffic Division.
SSP Radcliffe Lewis, known for his no-nonsense style of policing, is to retire after 40 years' service in the police force at the end of this month.
SSP Andrew Lewis, who is also an attorney-at-law and who is currently on vacation leave, said it would be inappropriate for him to comment on his new posting at this time.
SSP Radcliffe Lewis has endeared himself to many Jamaicans for his very proactive style of leadership and his down-to-earth quips. The Observer has learnt that after his retirement he will take up a senior position in a government entity with strong ties to the transportation sector.
When asked at this week's Observer Monday Exchange about his plans after going on retirement, Radcliffe Lewis was as coy as ever, saying: "What is to be done, will be done."
Senior Superintendent of
Police Radcliffe Lewis
speaking at this week’s
Observer Monday Exchange.
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