WATCH: Former PNP MP Dr Fenton Ferguson ties the knot
Combination photo of wedding programme and welcome sign for former PNP MP Dr Fenton Ferguson who tied the knot on Saturday.

KINGSTON, Jamaica— Veteran People's National Party (PNP) politician, Fenton Ferguson on Saturday tied the knot with Blossom Carmen Pickersgill at the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity in Kingston.

The wedding was officiated by another PNP stalwart and former Member of Parliament (MP) for Kingston Central, Ronald Thwaites.

Opposition leader and PNP president, Mark Golding was among several guests in attendance at the wedding.

The reception followed at the Terra Nova Hotel.

Ferguson, a dentist by profession, was parliamentarian for St Thomas Eastern for six consecutive terms, first tasting victory at the polls in 1993.

He was defeated in the 2020 General Election by the Jamaica Labour Party's Dr Michelle Charles.

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