Businessman Fabian ‘Fabo’ Davis to represent PNP in Trelawny Southern
TRELAWNY, Jamaica- Businessman Fabian ‘Fabo’ Davis has gotten the nod as the Opposition People’s National Party’s representative in Trelawny Southern as the party intensifies its selection of standard-bearers in preparation for the next parliamentary election.
Davis got the nod at a selection exercise at the PNP’sTrelawny Southern conference at the Albert Town High School in the parish, on Sunday.
Chairman of the PNP’s Region One, Dr Pauline Foster revealed that 100 per cent of the delegates supported Davis during the vote, declining however, to say, howmany delegates were in attendance.
Speaking during the conference, Davis promised that if elected, among other things, he will be lobbying for the establishment of a business process outsourcing facility in the constituency, which is renowned for farming.
“I will be lobbying with investors from the Diaspora to invest in lucrative businesses that will provide proper paying jobs in the southern Trelawny constituency, ” he told the gathering.
“Example, you ever look into it yet to see if we have some proper Airbnb in the cool, cool south Trelawny where we can bring in tourists? You ever think about having a call centre where our youths don’t have to be leaving out of south Trelawny gone way down a Montego Bay?” he questioned.
House Speaker Marisa Dalrymple Philibert of the ruling Jamaica Labour Party has been the MP for Trelawny Southern since 2007.