Golding accuses JLP of not caring enough for Jamaicans
People’s National Party, (PNP) president, Mark Golding has accused the governing Jamaica Labour Party, of not caring enough for Jamaicans.
Speaking at the presentation of candidates for the Local Government Election in Hanover, on Sunday evening, Mr. Golding said the country’s health facilities are in poor condition and crime and corruption continue to be prevalent across the nation.
He said while JLP leader Prime Minister Andrew Holness claims to be leading a caring economy, this is not so.
Meantime, he again urged PNP members to work in unity, especially as the local government election approaches.