PNP VP Nominations Filed

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Lisa Hanna, Angela Brown-Burke and Dr. Wykeham McNeill were today nominated to contest the four available Vice Presidential posts in the PNP.

Dr. McNeil was supported today at his nomination by several prominent PNP members including Damion Crawford, Dr. Dayton Campbell, Richard Azan and Granville Valentine.

McNeill addressed comrades who gathered at the PNP Headquarters where he was nominated.

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PNP elder, KD Knight, accompanied Miss Hanna to PNP Headquarters where she was nominated.

Shortly after her nomination, Hanna told comrades she remains committed to the renewal process in the PNP.

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Noel Arscott was previously nominated for Vice President. Dr. Fenton Ferguson is also expected to be nominated.

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