Prime Minister Andrew Holness says a decision will be made in the coming days on actions to be taken at the policy and management levels to address the controversy engulfing Petrojam.

The Prime Minister says he takes note of the allegations against Minister Wheatley. But he says the Minister must be afforded due process.

The Prime Minister was answering a question in Parliament on Tuesday night from South East St. Andrew MP, Julian Robinson.

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Mr. Robinson further questioned Mr. Holness about whether it’s right for Minister Wheatley to step aside to facilitate independent investigations which are taking place at Petrojam.

The Prime Minister responded.

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South St. Catherine MP, Fitz Jackson, also questioned the Prime Minister about whether Dr. Wheatley should step aside in the interest of good governance.

Prime Minister Holness said that issue would be settled in a matter of days.

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