#DecisionJa2016: Labourites enjoy the showers as Fayval Williams nominated in St Andrew Eastern

Tuesday, February 09, 2016

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ST ANDREW, Jamaica — Light rain has not dampened the spirits of excited Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) supporters who are now gathered in front of the Mona High School to support their candidate.
Some walked to the venue, while others arrived in several motor vehicles at the nomination centre to back Fayval Williams, the JLP's standard bearer in the St Andrew Eastern constituency.
Williams, who left the nomination centre a short while ago, pledged to address a number of issues in the constituency such as water shortage, garbage collection and lack of proper streetlighting. She also said she would pay particular attention to unemployment among young people.
Williams said she is confident she will beat the People's National Party's Andre Hylton, as she and her team have already laid the foundation for victory in the marginal constituency.
Alphea Saunders

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