JIS News

Former Police Commissioner, Colonel Trevor MacMillan, today (September 29), took the Oath of Allegiance in the Senate to become the Opposition Jamaica Labour Party’s newest Senator.
Senator MacMillan, who between 1993 and 1996 headed the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), replaces former Opposition Senator, Norman Horne, who resigned recently.
Welcoming Senator MacMillan to the Upper House, Leader of Opposition Business, Senator Anthony Johnson, said that Mr. MacMillan’s “loyalty to the Jamaican state is not in any doubt.and we have no doubt that his contribution will be to the benefit of the chamber and of good governance in Jamaica”.
Government Senator, Professor Trevor Munroe, also welcomed the new Senator. “I hope and expect that the long service that he has given as a member of our Security Forces will redound to the benefit of the senate,” Senator Munroe said.

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