Sunday 15 September, 2019

VIDEO: No limitation on a woman’s capacity – Ann-Marie Vaz

Ann-Marie and Daryl Vaz, in the company of Prime Minister Andrew Holness (left foreground)  and other Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) supporters,  share a warm embrace during her nomination for the April 4 East Portland by-election, at the Port Antonio Courthouse on Friday.

Ann-Marie and Daryl Vaz, in the company of Prime Minister Andrew Holness (left foreground) and other Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) supporters, share a warm embrace during her nomination for the April 4 East Portland by-election, at the Port Antonio Courthouse on Friday.

Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) candidate, Ann-Marie Vaz, has laid down the gauntlet in declaring amid her nomination for the April 4 East Portland by-election in Port Antonio on Friday, that there is no limit to a woman’s capacity,

“Today we celebrate this day and to all the women, one thing I have to you. Never you let anyone put any barriers on what you can achieve,” declared Vaz.

Prime Minister and JLP Leader, Andrew Holness, who was out in support of Vaz, expressed confidence that the JLP candidate will emerge victorious when the final ballots are counted.

Vaz is up against a mouthful of confidence from Damion Crawford of the People’s National Party (PNP), which has been a shoe-in for the seat for the last 30 years, but this time around, Holness believes his party can upset the applecart.

“The sense that I am getting is that the electorate here is comfortable to change, so I am very elated,” Holness said.

On Friday, a throng of JLP supporters converged on Port Antonio to support Vaz as she secured her nomination at the Port Antonio Courthouse.

See the video below of the JLP’s side of the day.

 

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