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Government Senator, Keste Miller has resigned from the Senate to take up appointment abroad.
Making the announcement during last Friday’s (October 7), sitting of the Senate, Leader of Government Business, Burchell Whiteman expressed appreciation for the contributions made by Mr. Miller during his three years in the Upper House.
Opposition Senator, Arthur Williams said Mr. Miller was a friend prior to their Senate association, and that he had great respect for the out-going Senator’s opinions and his attitude to his responsibilities.
In his reply, Senator Miller said the three years since he took the Oath of Office were “instructive and enjoyable”, but duty called. “I am a team player.
I have been asked to do a job and I will give my undertaking to this House and all of Jamaica that I will give it my best shot. I still believe that I do have a role down the line so ‘I shall return’,” he added.
Mr. Miller, an Attorney-at-law, served as a public officer in the former Ministry of National Security and Justice under the leadership of then Minister, K. D. Knight. He has also represented the party on several legal matters.