The resumption of testimony at the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry has been pushed back to next week due to ill-health of the Commission Chairman, Sir David Simmons.
Commission Secretary, Maria Jones, gave this update.
Maria Jones Secretary to the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry.
In the meantime Mrs. Jones has informed Nationwide News, that Former Prime Minister Bruce Golding will be the first to take the stand when sittings resume next week.
This is to facilitate his cross examination by Queens Counsel for the JCF, Jacqueline Samuels-Brown, who was absent during February’s sitting of the enquiry.
Previously former Commissioner of Police Owen Ellington, had been scheduled for further cross examination this week.