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  • The National Police College of Jamaica (NPCJ) will be staging a gospel concert this Saturday (January 16), to raise funds to refurbish a section of the Twickenham Park-based police training institution.
  • Sergeant of Police and member of Remnant Praise, Kemal McDonald, said the concert will feature some of the country’s best gospel acts.
  • The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) choir will also be a part of the concert line-up.

The National Police College of Jamaica (NPCJ) will be staging a gospel concert this Saturday (January 16), to raise funds to refurbish a section of the Twickenham Park-based police training institution.

The event involves collaboration with Remnant Praise and the Police Area Six Sports Club.

“The aim of this fundraiser is to renovate a section of the college.  Currently, it is not as comfortable as we would want it to be, so we are hoping that from this concert the part proceeds will provide for the refurbishing,” said Assistant Commissioner of Police in charge of training at the NPCJ, Norman Haywood.

Sergeant of Police and member of Remnant Praise, Kemal McDonald, said the concert will feature some of the country’s best gospel acts.

“We looked at the gospel ministers, who had the most impact in 2015 and we chose the best ones to perform at this event. We are offering good parking, food and worship entertainment,” he said.

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) choir will also be a part of the concert line-up.

The event will get underway at 8:00 p.m. on the grounds of the college. Tickets are $1,000 for adults and $300 for children.