Dayton to Hanna: Time to GO!

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Dr. Campbell reacted to a recent Don Anderson poll which shows Miss Hanna has increased in popularity as the second most likely member of the PNP to succeed Portia Simpson Miller as President, after Finance Minister, Dr. Peter Phillips.

He told comrades in South East St. Ann it’s time to find a new leader for the constituency.

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Dr. Campbell also told comrades in Lisa Hanna’s South East St. Ann constituency that his recent comments about labourization of the PNP was not aimed at Joan Gordon-Webley.

He said the comments were directed at former affiliates of the JLP who are now members of the PNP pretending to be better than the common man.

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