Jamaica Prime Minister Andrew Holness traveled to South Florida on Saturday, Nov. 18, to give the keynote address at the Jamaican-American Bar Association’s 10th annual scholarships and awards gala.
Jamaica Prime Minister Andrew Holness traveled to South Florida on Saturday, Nov. 18, to give the keynote address at the Jamaican-American Bar Association’s 10th annual scholarships and awards gala. Jacqueline Charles jcharles@Miamiherald.com
Jamaica Prime Minister Andrew Holness traveled to South Florida on Saturday, Nov. 18, to give the keynote address at the Jamaican-American Bar Association’s 10th annual scholarships and awards gala. Jacqueline Charles jcharles@Miamiherald.com

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