JIS News

Thirteen year old Oberlin High school student, O’Brien Lewis, will be the special guest on the June 24 edition of ‘Jamaica House Live’, the interactive radio talk show programme hosted by Prime Minister the Hon. Bruce Golding.
The Prime Minister met young O’Brien Lewis recently while on the road and the young Oberlin student indicated that he had ideas of how to help solve some of the challenges facing the economy of the country at this time. He requested a meeting with the Prime Minister and will have his wish granted when the Prime Minister accommodates him tomorrow night on the call-in programme.
‘Jamaica House Live’, is aired every last Wednesday in each month and allows Jamaicans at home and abroad, to call and speak with the Prime Minister on any issue or concern that they might have. These issues are discussed and follow-up action taken by the Support Unit in the Office of the Prime Minister.
Listeners can tune in to Jamaica House Live through Nationwide Radio Digital FM, RJR 94 FM, Kool 97 FM, Irie FM, Bess FM, Love 101, Hot 102, Power 106 FM, KLAS FM and Roots FM. Callers can telephone 960-7739, 960-9853, 926-7527, 968-2019; local toll free 1- 888-991-7785 and toll free from U.S.A. and Canada at 1-888-527-6121, courtesy of Freedom Wireless; or email – jamaicahouselive@gmail.com. The programme will also be streamed live at www.jis.gov.jm courtesy of Cariblink Digital.
Jamaicans wishing to talk ‘one on one’ with their Prime Minister, will get an additional opportunity when the Prime Minister travels to Montego Bay, St. James on Thursday, June 25, for the third in his series of monthly town hall meetings. The Montego Bay Town Hall meeting will be held at the Montego Bay Civic Centre in Sam Sharpe Square, starting at 7:00pm.
Other Ministers who will address Thursday’s meeting will be Minister of Water and Housing, Hon. Dr. Horace Chang and Tourism Minister Hon. Edmund Bartlett.

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