New security minister to continue 'Unite for Change' programme

Monday, March 21, 2016

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WESTMORELAND, Jamaica — Newly sworn in Minister of National Security Robert Montague has expressed that "Unite for Change" is one of the programmes started by his predecessor, Peter Bunting, that he will perpetuate.
"Unite for Change is one of the programmes started by Peter Bunting that I intend to continue, " Montague stated.
He was speaking on Monday at a town hall meeting at the Sean Lavery Faith Hall along Lewis Street in Savanna-la-Mar, Westmoreland.
The first session of the meeting, which is the first of several expected to be hosted across the country by Montague, was used to highlight social challenges dogging the parish.
Horace Hines


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