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Minister with responsibility for Education, Youth and Information, Hon. Karl Samuda (second row, third left), and Member of Parliament for North Central Clarendon and Speaker of the House of Representatives, Pearnel Charles Srr. (second row, left), with a representational cheque valued at US$67,985 (J$8 million), which was handed over by the Ambassador of Japan to Jamaica, His Excellency Hiromasa Yamazaki (first row, third left), to Principal of the Richmond Park Primary School in North Central Clarendon, Delwyn Gordon (first row, second right), for the purchase of a school bus. The grant contract-signing ceremony took place at the National Heroes Circle offices of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information in downtown Kingston on Thursday (January 23). Also sharing the moment (second row, from second left) are teachers at the Richmond Park Primary School, Sophia Lewis and Donnett Golding, while in the front row (from left) are students of the school, Mackebah Garrick and Akilah Elliston; and Chairman of the school, Merleta Copeland.

Minister with responsibility for Education, Youth and Information, Hon. Karl Samuda (second row, third left), and Member of Parliament for North Central Clarendon and Speaker of the House of Representatives, Pearnel Charles Srr. (second row, left), with a representational cheque valued at US$67,985 (J$8 million), which was handed over by the Ambassador of Japan to Jamaica, His Excellency Hiromasa Yamazaki (first row, third left), to Principal of the Richmond Park Primary School in North Central Clarendon, Delwyn Gordon (first row, second right), for the purchase of a school bus. The grant contract-signing ceremony took place at the National Heroes Circle offices of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information in downtown Kingston on Thursday (January 23). Also sharing the moment (second row, from second left) are teachers at the Richmond Park Primary School, Sophia Lewis and Donnett Golding, while in the front row (from left) are students of the school, Mackebah Garrick and Akilah Elliston; and Chairman of the school, Merleta Copeland.

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