Opposition Leader, Mark Golding does not expect a challenge to his leadership.

Golding was yesterday nominated to retain the post of President of the 84-year-old People’s National Party.

Addressing the media at the Party’s Old Hope Road Headquarters, Golding says its membership appreciates his efforts to unite the party.

Nora Gaye Banton reports.

One Leader.

PNP President Mark Golding is confident that he’ll not be opposed in his bid to remain in the job.

Only Mr. Golding has so far signalled his intent to run for the presidency.

Nomination will close on Friday.

His former challenger for the position, South-East St. Ann MP, Lisa Hanna was present today at his nomination.

The opposition leader says the party’s unity is being underestimated.

The next true test for the PNP is the expected Local Government Elections which have been repeatedly delayed and are now expected in early 2023.

The PNP President says he expects the party to put up a solid performance.

Chevon Campbell for Nationwide News.