Holness will not respond to Phillips’ criticisms of his house

News post November 23, 2015

Andrew Holness (File photo)ST JAMES, Jamaica – Opposition Leader Andrew Holness on Sunday said he will not respond to finance minister, Dr Peter Phillips’ criticisms of his house. “Go and tell the finance minister to hop off me fender and go look about the business of the land,” Holness said. “You never hear me bad mind nobody for them FINSAC house. You will never hear me bad mind nobody for them squatter land that dem live pon. “We say up!” Holness exclaimed. A charged up Holness said he was not going to respond to Dr Phillips as he promised his mother that he would not allow anyone to draw his tongue. “Me nah mek no man draw me tongue,” Holness said to wild cheers from the throngs of Labourites gathered in Granville, St James, for a JLP mass rally.
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