The People’s National Party (PNP) will, tomorrow morning, Thursday, July 11, stage an anti-corruption vigil in Mandela Park, Half Way Tree, St Andrew. The vigil starts at 7.
The PNP says it is being held, “In light of the ongoing spread of allegations of corruption across several Ministries and public bodies, and the lack of appropriate action by the Andrew Holness Administration to hold its members accountable.”
The Opposition Party says the vigil is the first in a series of events across the island to bring awareness to the public about what it calls “the brazen plundering of the public purse.”
At the vigil, PNP officials from Region 3 of the party’s organisation will speak on corruption.