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Old July 13th, 2020, 08:30 AM
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Advancing the anti-corruption conversation


Against the foregoing, Holness needs to come clean on what he knew about the matters at the Ministry of Education and Caribbean Maritime University before the information came to full public view. It is not enough that there have been resignations and criminal charges. That it is highly improbable that the prime minister was in the dark until the last minute means he should be required to say what he knew, when he knew it, and what he did about it.

The Petrojam scandal is mind-boggling on several levels, but there is a simple question which my colleague Damien King has asked on Twitter which the prime minister ought to answer: Given what happened under Andrew Wheatley's watch at Petrojam and we might add National Energy Solutions Limited (NESol), Universal Service Fund (USF), etc if Jamaica were a company owned by you, Prime Minister, would you give Wheatley a second chance?

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