Redman Condemns Constituency Office Fire


Businessman, Evon Redman, is distancing his campaign team from the burning of the office of Member of Parliament in Raymond Pryce’s North East St. Elizabeth constituency.

Mr. Redman’s challenge recently resulted in Pryce being forced out as the PNP’s candidate for the next election.

Reports from the Police are that at around 2:00am, fire gutted the building which is located at at 37 Coke Drive in Santa Cruz.

Mr. Redman is calling on law enforcement to carry out a swift investigation.

He says anyone who may have carried out what’s suspected to be an act of arson should be brought to justice.

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This afternoon, Senior Deputy Superintendent of the Santa Cruz Fire Station, Conroy Ghans, told our news center that the fire department suspects the blaze was intentionally set.

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Redman is slated to take control of the North East St. Elizabeth MP office should he win the PNP stronghold in the next election.

He’s distancing his campaign team from what’s suspected to be criminality.

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Mr. Redman says he’s been making efforts to unify the constituency after recent tensions between his supporters and those of Raymond Pryce.

He says those efforts to unify the constituency will be intensified.

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Meanwhile PNP General Secretary, Paul Burke, says the party is awaiting word from the Police and the Fire Department before it issues a formal response to the burning of the North East St. Elizabeth MP office.

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Supporters of Pryce and Redman are reportedly accusing each other of causing the blaze.

Paul Burke says he will not speculate.

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Abka Fitz-Henley is a multiple award-winning journalist who is currently the Senior Reporter at Nationwide News Network (NNN). His primary areas of focus are Court, Crime and Parliamentary proceedings. Fitz-Henley was recently recognized in the regional celebrity magazine publication Panache as “The Breaking News Boss”. At 21 years of age, following his 1st year in media, Fitz-Henley was recognized with the Young Journalist of the year award from The Press Association of Jamaica and went on to cop one of the country’s highest recognized journalism prizes, the Journalist of the Year Award. He’s also been awarded the prestigious Corporate Jamaica Broilers Fairplay 1st place Award for investigative journalism and is the recipient of the Caribbean Blog Award for coverage of the infamous Kartel murder trial. Fitz-Henley is also the recipient of the PM Youth Award for Excellence. Over the years, he has appeared as a guest on the BBC World Service and BBC London.