Former Prime Minister and current Opposition Leader, Portia Simpson-Miller, is been asked to apologize for comments she made recently in South-East St. Ann. The call is been made by outgoing head of G2k Matthew Samuda, speaking at the Labour Party Southwestern St. Elizabeth Constituency Conference held at the Black River High School.
He said that the Opposition Leader should apologize, retract and make atonement for her threatening comments. He said that this country has a civic duty to retire the PNP permanently. Mr. Samuda said that the threat that Portia Simpson Miller made, is a threat against the Jamaican people. He said it is not good enough coming from the Former Prime Minister.
Mr Samuda said that the Labour Party has to be repairing the destruction wrought by the PNP now that they are in power.