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Hon. Andrew Holness  Prime Minister of Jamaica • Leader of the Jamaica Labour Party • Member Of Parliament for West Central St.Andrew


‪Just concluded a meeting in Enfield, St. Mary with an energetic crowd of supporters. It's a #DunnDeal

On the streets of Annotto Bay today Dr. Dunn and I made a point of reasoning with the people. We are about real change, real prosperity.
#DunnDeal #ItWillBeDunn

Yesterday Dr. Norman Dunn and I visited residents in sections of South East St. Mary. I heard so many testimonials from persons who are grateful for the work that has been #Dunn in their area. This is what is needed after years of neglect, someone who knows the people and will work to bring them on the path of #Prosperity.

Voting is an act that Jamaicans must take seriously. This is your right to choose which path you want your constituency and country to be on. Voting is how you send a message to the leaders of your community, and the leader of your country.

#PartnershipForProsperity #ItSoonBeDone

I was very pleased to be the keynote speaker for the opening ceremony of the regional housing conference held on Wednesday. ⠀

Jamaica and the region must work together to build quality houses for our people. In doing so we must consider how we build, what we build where we build and for whom we build. ⠀

If we take these into account then we will ensure we build weather resilient homes that can be passed from one generation to another. We are serious about making every Jamaican home owners, it is a mark of progress and prosperity.

A significant part of our crime fighting strategy is investing in communities by improving social infrastructures so our people can access quality services and be empowered to live meaningful lives.
It’s important to see our private sector partners stepping up and becoming more involved in the social intervention programme the government is rolling out, especially in the Zones of Special Operations (ZOSO). Yesterday (October 18), I met with executives of AMCHAM Jamaica and I shared with them the government’s vision of community development and the critical role it will play in our crime fighting efforts. I was encouraged by their pledge of support in assisting the government and I look forward to the collaboration, which no doubt will yield positive results.

Jamaica remains primed for investment. Recently I met with Red Stripe executives who shared updates on the company's growth plans and investment in local raw materials such as cassava.
Hans Wijers, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of HEINEKEN, Red Stripe's parent company, who was in Jamaica on a one-day working visit, paid a courtesy call on me along with Ricardo Nuncio, Managing Director Red Stripe and Eugene Ubalijoro, Managing Director Caribbean & Americas Exports, Heineken.
They expressed the company's commitment to Jamaica and expanding its services and investment here. I am pleased that business and consumer confidence are high and continue to reflect the robust work being done by my administration to improve the economic environment in Jamaica.

Denham Town was declared a special zone after it was deemed to have met the criteria set out for an area to be considered a zone.

These include: ongoing warfare; rampant criminality; escalating violence and murder; and a threat to rule of law.

Denham Town in Kingston has been declared the second Zone of Special Operations, Special Security and Community Development Measures.

The zone was officially declared and gazetted at 8:30am.

The announcement was made this morning (October 17) during a special press conference called at Jamaica House by Prime Minister Andrew Holness.

This morning (October 17) I declared the second Zone of Special Operations and Community Development Operations in Denham Town, Kingston under The Law Reform (Zones of Social Operations) (Special Security and Community Development Measures) Act, 2017.

The Gazetted Order of the declaration is dated Tuesday, October 17, 2017 and the zone will operate for a period of sixty (60) days.

The rule of law must be upheld and preserved in every nook and cranny of Jamaica. We can no longer afford any area to provide a safe haven for criminals to hide. Zone by zone, community by community, square inch by square inch, we will establish and restore public order, citizen security and public safety. We will make Jamaica safe again.

Today we honour over 250 Jamaicans who have contributed in one way or another to the development of their beloved country. Whether through leadership, community development philanthropy and dedicated service, or through risking their lives to preserve others'. I salute the honourees who are all heroes in their own right.

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