Former Prime Minister Bruce Golding has retained the services of former Attorney General, Ransford Braham, as he prepares to give testimony at the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry.
Mr. Braham confirmed with our news center today that he’ll be representing Mr. Golding at the enquiry.
Mr. Braham served as Attorney General in the former JLP-administration under Mr. Golding’s leadership.
He says Mr. Golding has not yet submitted a statement to the Enquiry.
The attorney said he could not say when Golding would testify.
However, Nationwide News sources say Mr. Golding and former National Security Minister, Dwight Nelson, will be among the first witnesses called when the enquiry resumes sitting in the second week of January.