Kingston Mayor, Delroy Williams has admitted that more can be done to help the approximately 2,000 homeless persons living in the Corporate Area.

His comments come on the heels of Nationwide News Network’s latest documentary, Invisible People in Plain Sight, which highlights the disturbing tales of the homeless in Kingston and Montego Bay.

The documentary revealed that some homeless persons live on the steps of the Supreme Court in Downtown Kingston.

Mayor Williams told Nationwide at Five last evening, that while he’s aware that they’re homeless persons in the vicinity of King Street where the court is located, he did not know some lived on the steps of the building.

He says an adult transitional facility to accommodate homeless persons in the Corporate Area will be opened in May.

He admitted that more needs to be done to eliminate homelessness.

Delroy Williams, Mayor of Kingston.

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