Dennis Meadows makes grand entry to PNP conference
Dennis Meadows

TRELAWNY, Jamaica— Clad in orange shirt, former Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) Senator Dennis Meadows got a rousing welcome when he arrived at the People’s National Party’s (PNP) divisional meeting at the Falmouth Primary School in Trelawny Sunday evening.

Meadows parted ways with the JLP recently and applied for membership in the PNP.

It is not clear if his membership has yet been ratified by the hierarchy of the PNP.

He vied unsuccessfully on the JLP's ticket to become the parliamentary representative for the Trelawny Northern constituency on three occasions.

The constituency is now represented by the JLP's Tova Hamilton.

Horace Hines

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