Mayor Fisher lost his tongue in the debate says Desmond

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Local Government Minister Desmond McKenzie says the relative silence of Black River Mayor, Everton Fisher, at last week’s political debate is an indicator of the People’s National Party’s non-performance in control of local government.

Fisher took over 50 minutes to make a contribution at last week’s debate, completely dropping his firebrand persona. In fact, at the very end, when the post-event pleasantries of handshakes and hugs were being undertaken, Mayor Fisher found himself being entirely left out of the picture, so to speak, as moderator Patrick Anderson perhaps justifiably didn’t remember that Fisher had actually participated.

The Jamaica Labour Party’s McKenzie, addressing labourites on Tuesday, said fisher “left his tongue at Black River” duiring the debates.

“Fifty-one minutes it took him to say ‘ahhh’,” McKenzie said to laughter from the crowd.

Member of Parliament for South Western St Elizabeth, Floyd Green also addressed the labourites ahead of Monday’s Local Government election.

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