Massive amounts of unused NIDS advertising materials found at OPM

As the battle rages over NIDS a massive amount of advertising materials from the time of the PNP has been found at the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM).

It’s understood that the it was found locked away in a container on the premises.

The hoard includes Shirts and posters amongst other advertising materials. The majority of the shirts have rotted.

The new Revelations come on the heels of the PNP asking questions in Parliament about the government’s expenditure on the now defunt NIDS after the courts ruled it unconstitutional in it’s entirety. The prime minister Andrew Holness reveal in Parliament recently that the PNP spent over a million dollars on advertising for NIDS while in power, which never got into circulation.

See pictures below.

Shirts that have rotten already save just a few

Staff Reporter

news@lbcnewsjm.com

One Response to Massive amounts of unused NIDS advertising materials found at OPM

  1. Mario James says:

    Firstly the amount spent was not frittered away on advertising. The majority of the funds was spent on CONSULTANTS AND STAFF. According to the figures bandied about the internet $95,000 USD was spent on advertising. The question remains though; It is obvious the JLP knew about the cache of paraphernalia. WHY WEREN’T THEY USED?!

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