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Tropical Storm Earl Causes Flooding In MoBay

weather August 2, 2016

A motorists braves the water in downtown Montego Bay, St James following flooding associated with Tropical Storm Earl.

There was widespread flooding in sections of Montego Bay, St James this afternoon as the parish continued to feel the effects of Tropical Storm Earl which has now moved away from Jamaica.

Gloucestershire Avenue was near impassable at one section and one car submerged in water on lands being prepared for construction at Fairview.

The entrance to Albion in St James was also flooded and it was a similar situation at the entrance to the Montego Freeport.
IN PHOTO: A car under water in Fairview, St James.

There were also reports of flooding in Mandeville, Manchester; and Yallahs, St. Thomas.

Meanwhile, the National Works Agency (NWA) says it is still too early to state the extent of the damage to infrastructure.

The NWA’s Communications Manager, Stephen Shaw, said a road assessment will have to be done following the rains

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Tropical Storm Watch Upgraded To Warning, Weather System To Start Impacting Within 36 Hours

weather August 1, 2016

The tropical storm watch issued earlier has now been upgraded to a warning as Jamaica braces for tropical storm conditions in 36 hours or less.

The conditions include possible sustained wind speeds of 34-63 knots or 63-118 kilometres per hour. 

The Meteorological Service says a strong Tropical Wave over the central Caribbean has moved within 385 kilometres (240 miles) east-southeast of Kingston, Jamaica.

Heavy showers and thunderstorms associated with the Tropical Wave remain organised and environmental conditions remain conducive for the formation of a Tropical Storm later today or tonight. 

IN PHOTO Fisherfolk in Rocky Point Clarendon securing their equipment ahead of the storm 

The Met Service says all small craft operators including fishers from the cays and banks should by now have completed all the necessary safety precautions and are advised to remain in safe harbour until all warning messages have been lifted and wind and sea conditions have returned to normal.

Locally heavy rains, thunderstorms and gusty winds associated with the weather system are expected to reach Jamaica this evening and continue through Tuesday.  
IN PHOTO: Strong winds in Old Harbour, St Catherine today tore down an ackee tree limb on Sharper Lane – Karen Blake photo

Flash flooding is, therefore, likely to spread across the island tonight and tomorrow, especially over low-lying areas of southern parishes.

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Downtown TRN office reopens today

News post July 25, 2016

THE Taxpayer Registration Card Centre in downtown Kingston, which was the scene of a murder-suicide two Fridays ago, is to reopen today following a one-week closure.

In a press release yesterday, Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) said the centre, located at Shops 26 and 27, Kingston Mall, will open at 8:00 am. “The temporary closing was as a result of a tragic incident that took place at the office on Friday, July 15,” TAJ said, referring to the incident in which a security guard shot and killed his common-law wife, who was working at the office, before turning the gun on himself. The incident, which happened before midday, caused panic among staff and clients.

The two have been identified as Paul Martin, 50, who was employed to KingAlarm, and Colette Hibbert, 44, who was employed to Guardsman Group. The two had been together for two decades, according to family members. Yesterday, TAJ said that, during the weeklong closure, “steps were taken to assess the damage, undertake clean-up activities, and improve the security arrangements to ensure the smooth restoration of operations at that location”.

“Additionally, ongoing counselling is being provided for staff,” TAJ said. “This resumption of services means that taxpayers can now conduct their usual TRN (Taxpayer Registration Number) transactions at that location,” TAJ added.

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Hylton Resigns As Chairman Of PNP Eastern St Andrew Apparatus

News post July 25, 2016

Andre Hylton
Andre Hylton, the Peoples’ National Party (PNP) candidate who failed to retain the Eastern St Andrew seat in the February 25 polls, has resigned as chairman of the party’s constituency apparatus. Hylton submitted his resignation letter to PNP Region Three Chairman Phillip Paulwell on Friday. The resignation becomes effective on July 31. He did not cite a reason for his resignation, but stated “unity is the hallmark of any political organisation and going forward I sincerely hope the constituency of Eastern St Andrew will apply this mantra to regain this seat for our great party”.

According to Hylton, over the last eight years “many lessons have been learnt, many bonds forged but more importantly, I made every effort to meet the needs of my constituents in making their lives comfortable…”

The businessman was a first-time MP when he defeated another first-timer, the Jamaica Labour Party’s (JLP) Dr Saphire Longmore, to capture the seat in 2011. However, Hylton lost to the JLP’s Fayval Williams in February.

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Driver in fatal Flat Bridge plunge to be charged

News post July 19, 2016

THE driver of a Suzuki Vitara that plunged into Rio Cobre early Saturday morning, resulting in the death of six people, is set to be slapped with several charges. The crash happened in the vicinity of the historic Flat Bridge.

Senior Superintendent Calvin Allen, who heads the police Traffic Division, said in a radio interview yesterday that among the charges to be laid is one for not having a driver’s licence. The 30-year-old man turned himself over to the Spanish Town police on Sunday. He was one of two people who survived the accident.

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Juniors Chase Glory – Jamaicans Launch Medal Quest At IAAF World Under-20 Champs

Sports July 19, 2016

THE world’s top junior track and field athletes, including 39 from Jamaica, will be battling for glory over the next six days, as the 16th staging of the IAAF World Junior Championships, renamed the IAAF World Under-20 Championships, gets under way this morning inside the Zawisza Stadium in Bydgoszcz, Poland. The country is hosting its second World Junior Championships, following its first staging in 2008. This year’s championships will be the biggest track and field event to be staged in Poland, and it will be the second-biggest ever World Juniors, with 1,518 athletes – 832 men and 686 women – are down to participate.

Only the 2012 Championships in Barcelona, Spain, where 1,566 athletes took part, had greater numbers. Ten Jamaicans will be in action on today’s opening day, with a record six in field events and four on the track. Head coach of the Jamaica team, Donald ‘Danny’ Hawthorne, is upbeat about the chances of the athletes, who completed a three-day camp in Poland yesterday. “The vibes in the camp is very good and even today (yesterday), we had a 90-minute training session, where everyone was present, including those competing today, who did a light work-out,” he said. “At this moment, I can say that there are no injury concerns and all the athletes are raring to go,” the veteran coach informed.


Hawthorne also dismissed speculation surrounding number-one sprinter Nigel Ellis, who was disqualified for a false start at the national junior trials, as it relates to the men’s 100 metres. “Both young men – Raheem Chambers and Jhevaughn Matherson – who finished in the top two at the National Champion-ships, are fully fit and will compete in the event as we have to abide by the rules,” he said. The first Jamaican in action today will be Sanjae Lawrence, who will compete in Section A of the qualifying round of the men’s shot put (at 2:35 a.m. Jamaica time). Qualification mark is 19.45m, or the best 12 competitors advance.

Lawrence’s Petersfield High schoolmate, Kevin Nedrick, will compete in Section B. The final is scheduled for 1 p.m. (Jamaica time). Shawn D. Thompson and Obrien Wasome will grace the track at 4:55 a.m. (Jamaica time) in qualification round of the long jump. The former will be in Group A, with the latter competing in Group B. The qualification standard for tomorrow’s final is 7.70m, or the best 12.


Matherson and Chambers will be the first two Jamaicans to be involved in track events, when they close out action in the morning session in the preliminary round of the men’s 100m. Matherson will race from lane seven in Heat 2 at 5:12 a.m. (Jamaica time), while Chambers will run in lane eight in Heat 6 at 5:40 a.m. The top three and six fastest losers will advance to tomorrow’s semi-finals, with the final slated for later in the day.

Shanice Love, the fourth-ranked discus thrower among females, will be the first Jamaican to compete in the second session of the day, when she throws in Group A of the qualification round of the women’s discus at 11:20 a.m. (Jamaica time), with her countrywoman, Devia Brown, set for action in Group B at 12:35 p.m. St Elizabeth Technical’s Junelle Bromfield, and Tiffany James of Mico University College, the only females on the track for Jamaica today and who both could be among the medals, will compete in the preliminary round of the women’s 400 metres.

Bromfield, who is now the top seed at the Championships with her season-best 51.74 seconds, will take the track at 12:18 p.m. (Jamaica time) and will run out of lane seven in Heat 11. James, who is the second seed, with 52.06 seconds, is in Heat 4, and will run out of lane five at 12:34 p.m Jamaican time. Both look set to qualify easily to tomorrow’s second round.

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UWI Blunder – University Honours Rowley, Slights Holness

News post July 19, 2016

Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley (right) and Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness at a media briefing at the Office of the Prime Minister yesterday. The Mona campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) is facing embarrassment surrounding this week’s planned induction of Dr Keith Rowley, prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago, into its honour park. The university established the park in 2005 to honour past students who are sitting or former heads of government and have their names engraved on a monument.

The Office of the Prime Minister has announced that Rowley’s induction is to take place on Wednesday morning. However, it is the absence of the name of Jamaica’s prime minister, Andrew Holness, 43, that could leave the 68-year-old regional institution embarrassed. Holness, a past student of the UWI, is now in his second stint as prime minister. He served first as head of government for the period October 23, 2011 to January 5, 2012, following the resignation of Bruce Golding. He started his second premiership when he was sworn in on March 3, days after leading the Jamaica Labour Party to victory in the general election in February.

During a visit to the park yesterday, The Gleaner noted the names of 16 Caribbean heads of government who have been bestowed with the honour by the university. Their names are listed under an inscription which reads: “UWI graduates who are or have been heads of government.” The university, in response to a Gleaner query about the absence of Holness’ name, explained yesterday that when the park was established in 2005, it was decided to induct all graduates who were prime ministers up to that time, and for the future, while they were office.

The university, however, did not say why Holness was not honoured almost four years after his first stint in office, with no guarantee he would have become head of government for a second time. “It (the university) has not yet inducted the current prime minister of Jamaica, Hon Andrew Holness. Initial overtures were made when he first served as head of government (October 2011 to January 2012). However, he demitted office before a ceremony could be held,” read the statement sent to The Gleaner by Dr Carroll Edwards, director, marketing, recruitment and communications at the UWI, Mona.

“Arrangements are being put in place to induct Prime Minister Holness at an early date which is convenient for him and his office,” it added. According to the statement, in honouring non-Jamaicans, “It was decided that induction ceremonies would be held at a convenient time, preferably during an official visit to Jamaica.” Meanwhile, protocol consultant Merrick Needham said the university should have considered inducting Holness, especially because his first premiership was almost five years ago.

“If they (UWI) are thinking of the Trinidad and Tobago prime minister at the moment, and reasonable enough, given his (Rowley’s) visit here, it would have been rather thoughtful if they had thought of having a double ceremony inducting both prime ministers at the same ceremony,” Needham told The Gleaner.

Rowley obtained a first degree in geology from the Mona campus – where he also graduated with a doctorate in geology. Holness, who is listed on the UWI, Mona, website among “famous alumni”, has a Master of Science degree in development studies and a Bachelor of Science in management studies. Rowley, who was elected prime minister last September, is in Jamaica on the invitation of Holness and is due to end his first official visit to the island on Thursday.

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Portia Unchallenged – Bunting Backs Out Of September Election

Election 2016, News post July 19, 2016

Opposition Leader Portia Simpson Miller gives Lydia Richards a high-five after she was nominated at the People’s National Party’s Old Hope Road headquarters in St Andrew yesterday. Opposition leader Portia Simpson Miller seems set to remain president of the People’s National Party (PNP), after being nominated as the only contender for the party’s top job at the PNP’s Old Hope Road headquarters yesterday.

Leading up to the nomination period, Member of Parliament for Central Manchester Peter Bunting was seen as one of the main challengers for the party presidency. He eventually stated his intention not to enter the race at this time and issued a warning to his fellow Comrades not to mistake a “tactical pause for a retreat”. He explained to those attending the annual PNP Central Manchester conference on Sunday that the officers of the party had asked potential aspirants not to consider a September conference challenge, as it would prove distracting to the imminent local government elections.

“… The single time we’ve had a challenge, it has deeply fractured the party, so even though it’s a constitutional right, certain rights you must exercise judiciously. I want to make it clear, I am not into any nominating for any presidency in September. However, I don’t want you to mistake a tactical pause for a retreat. I will continue engaging the party leaders and the public … . I will use the time to listen to their issues, to help develop new policy ideas, and construct a movement for rebuilding the People’s National Party,” Bunting said.

“There are differing expectations as to the timing and direction of this rebuilding process, but what is common is the desire to proceed respectfully and without damage to the party. Since declaring that I intend to throw my hat in the ring for leadership at the appropriate time, many Comrades have come forward in support. Some have even suggested that I contest this September. I listened carefully to everybody, but we must understand that in politics, timing is critical,” he said.


The upbeat Simpson Miller expressed joy at the number of Comrades who turned out to show their support for her yesterday. To party members, especially young Comrades, her advice was to “stay close to the experienced ones”. “Comrades, I want to thank you. I thought I was coming for a quiet signing. For another time, I am demonstrating to Jamaica and Jamaicans, to young women and the young men of this country, that they can rise to any position they set themselves. They can achieve much.

“I want to say to the younger ones, pay close attention to the leaders of this noble movement, because not long from now, some of you will have to rise and accept the challenge of leadership. I want to encourage the young ones to stay close to the experienced ones, because experience teaches wisdom. If you stay close to us, when it is your time, you will not make errors; you will know exactly what to do,” Simpson Miller said. Answering questions from the media regarding political leaders in other jurisdictions who have stepped down upon defeat in elections, she stated, “I am Jamaican and I follow the rules of the People’s National Party. I do not like to copy others. The fact is that this is a democratic organisation and I am not afraid of challenges.”

Simpson Miller only required to have 12 party members’ signatures for nomination. She received 22.

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Jamaica welcomes T&T Prime Minister

News post July 17, 2016

 Prime Minister  Andrew Holness (left) greets  Prime Minister of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Dr Keith Rowley on his arrival at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston today (Photo: JIS)KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) – Prime Minister of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Dr Keith Rowley, and Mrs Sharon Rowley, arrived in Jamaica today for a four-day official visit.

They were met at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston by a welcoming party led by Prime Minister Andrew Holness, and Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Minister, Kamina Johnson Smith. Other members of the local delegation included: Kingston’s Mayor, Senator Dr Angela Brown Burke; Permanent Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister, Elaine Foster Allen; wife of the Prime Minister Juliet Holness; Chief Justice, Zaila McCalla; and Chief of State Protocol, Ambassador Elinor Felix.

Speaking with journalists, Holness said the visit aims to strengthen the countries’ bilateral relations, noting the strong cultural, commercial, financial and trade links they share. He said discussions with Dr Rowley will focus on these areas as well as matters related to security, among others. Both leaders will also discuss the signing of a Framework Agreement and the establishment of a Joint Commission, currently under negotiation, to provide a structured medium for bilateral discussions and co-operation in areas of mutual interest.

Prime Minister Holness noted that the countries’ relations facilitated visits by approximately 16,000 Jamaicans to Trinidad and Tobago last year, while 13,000 citizens of the twin island republic were granted entry into Jamaica. “I am looking forward to a successful visit and at the end of it, I am looking forward to a stronger bilateral relationship between Jamaica and our largest trading partner within CARICOM,” he said.

The visit follows ongoing discussions between both Governments towards the resolution of long standing bilateral and regional issues. These include: implementation of the CARICOM Single Market Economy (CSME), and the related Free Movement of Community Nationals and Immigration matters, Trade and Energy Cooperation and Air Transportation.

Dr Rowley will also meet with the Chairman of the CARICOM/CARIFORUM Review Commission, Bruce Golding; pay a courtesy calls on the Governor-General, Sir Patrick Allen, the Leader of the Opposition, Portia Simpson Miller, and the Vice Chancellor, University of the West Indies (UWI), Professor Sir Hilary Beckles. Additionally, he will engage heads of private sector organizations and entities in discussions on trade and business development issues.

Rowley is scheduled to address the 22nd Session of the General Assembly of the International Seabed Authority at the Jamaica Conference Centre.He will also meet with the Vice Chancellor and Senior Executives of the UWI, members of the Diaspora, as well as students from the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Rowley will have a scheduled engagement with Trinidadian entrepreneurs in Jamaica. The Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister and his delegation are expected to depart the island on Thursday, July 21

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‘No Threat’ – Several Former Government Members To Lose Their Security Details

Uncategorized July 17, 2016

The Police High Command has indicated that it is going to pull the bodyguards assigned to several members of the former Portia Simpson Miller-led administration. The former government members were last week told that the police have determined that they are not facing threats that would require them to be assigned close-protection officers (bodyguards). In a letter to those who are to lose their security details, the High Command said the best it could do for them, at this time, was that they should notify the nearest police station if they intend to travel to areas that are considered high security risk areas.
According to the High Command, a review has been conducted in regard to the personal safety of the former government members and it was determined that the threat levels are non-existent or low.  “Based on the findings of the review, several recommendations were made, one of which suggests that there is no need for a security detail to be assigned to you at this time. “It is against this background that the close-protection officer assigned to you will be withdrawn within 14 days after receipt of this document …,” the letter to the former government members said in part.

Pulled after election

The Sunday Gleaner understands that some members of the former administration had their security details pulled shortly after the Jamaica Labour Party was elected to form the new government in February, and several persons who avoided that cut have been caught this time around. They include former ministers Dr Wykeham McNeill, Morais Guy and Sandrea Falconer, as well as former minister without portfolio Luther Buchanan. Former state ministers Richard Azan and Colin Fagan have also been notified that they will lose their close-protection officers.

According to Sunday Gleaner sources, two former ministers have been told that while they will be allowed to retain a security detail the number of close-protection officers will be drastically reduced. Last week, McNeill confirmed that he had received the notification but had not yet sought clarification on the matter. “I simply have not had the time to act on the letter. So let me make some checks and I will get back to you,” said McNeill.

A similar confirmation came from Guy. “Yes, I have been notified that the close-protection officer assigned to me will be withdrawn. But I am in no quarrel with anyone,” said Guy. The Police High Command has long signalled its intention to review the assignment of close-protection officers, and last year then Security Minister Peter Bunting told Parliament that changes were coming.

At that time Bunting, who is now the opposition spokesman on national security, indicated the close-protection officer would be assigned based primarily on security threat and risk assessments of the persons being protected. “Except for the governor general, the prime minister, Cabinet ministers, the leader of the opposition and former prime ministers, all the assignment of close-protection officers will be based on recommendations informed by the threat assessment,” said Bunting.

“Where it is revealed that threat levels are not significant, officers will be redeployed to augment the personnel at geographical divisions,” added Bunting. Efforts to get a comment from the Police High Command were unsuccessful last week as head of the VIP Protection Division, Senior Superintendent Ronald Anderson, referred our news team to Deputy Commissioner Glenmore Hinds, who was unavailable. Police Commissioner Carl Williams was also out of office, with sources indicating that he could be out for a short period because of a medical issue.

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News post July 17, 2016

Nadine Ricketts in grief as she reflects on the deaths of her husband, son and stepson in yesterday accident in the Bog Walk gorge.
Family members and friends had to hold Nadine Ricketts in their arms at her home in Commodore, St Catherine, yesterday as she struggled to deal with grief and despair, having received news that her husband, son and stepson had died after the vehicle they were travelling in ran off the Flat Bridge and plunged into the Rio Cobre. Nadine’s husband Stephen, her son Chevorn and her stepson Shugay were among eight persons travelling in a Suzuki Vitara through the Bog Walk gorge when the driver lost control of the vehicle, which ran off the road into the river.  The other victims were identified as Benjamin Ellis, Shantel Morris and Oniel Morgan. Up to late yesterday, police sources were reporting that two of the eight passengers, Elfargo Slew, who was initially assumed to be among the victims, and a 19year-old survived the plunge.


Nadine, who managed to mutter only a few words when she spoke with our news team yesterday, said she was still in disbelief. “My asthma has been up and down from morning. I didn’t even get to communicate with anybody because I was out when they left home. Mi really can’t believe what’s happening,” she muttered, her eyes looking at a distant vision no one else could see.

Shaquille Morrison, Nadine’s adopted son, was also in shock as he spoke with our news team. According to Morrison, it will be difficult to cope with the unfortunate incident. “I was actually corresponding with them and they told me that they were leaving the function now and on their way home. Dis a more than death. It’s really sad,” said Morrison.

In the meantime, Norman Scott, mayor of Spanish Town, who visited the family, said he was saddened by the incident. He urged motorists to be more vigilant while travelling on the nation’s roads.  “Last night I was up until late with some councillors and MPs (members of parliament) and I heard of the unfortunate incident. First, I must offer my condolences to the families and friends of the persons who lost their lives.

“I want to use this opportunity to remind individuals that the gorge is a very treacherous place and, therefore, persons using the roadway are to be very careful,” said Scott. “For six persons to have gone this way, it is really a sad loss. Monday is our disaster meeting and I will be imploring the disaster coordinator to ensure that something tangible is done for divers who are called upon from time to time to volunteer their time and service in terms of rescuing and recovering, whenever there are any incidents of this nature,” added Scott.

Sgt Donovan Barnes, sub-officer in charge of traffic at the St Catherine North Division, said investigations into the cause of the accident are still ongoing. According to Barnes: “The information we received was that the driver overtook a truck, the light was changing from amber to red, and he was trying to beat the red when he lost control of the vehicle and it went into the water. “Persons were trying to assist but, unfortunately, lives were still lost,” added Barnes. Yesterday’s incident was the second on the nation’s streets which left multiple fatalities in the past week. Four persons died following a bus crash along Highway 2000 last Wednesday. There have been four road accidents with multiple fatalities in the last two months, with 19 persons losing their lives. So far this year, 213 persons have died in motor vehicle mishaps.

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Lifestyle July 11, 2016

Jennifer Mitchell-Johnson
 The Lord will do whatever it takes to get man’s attention. Jennifer Mitchell-Johnson of the Bryans Land Church of God in Christ in Clarendon is a witness to this statement. Mitchell-Johnson, who serves as an evangelist and church secretary, testified that she started out with the Lord 26 years ago, but at one point, she slipped up on her Christian journey. “I was saved and drifted from the presence of the Lord, while working as a domestic helper. I left some food for my son, who was at home with my grandmother and my cousin. My cousin gave my son a tablet which was being taken by my uncle, who was of unsound mind,” said Mitchell-Johnson. She said after her son consumed the tablet he started to experience epilepsy. This, she said, contributed to her having to rush him to hospital on numerous occasions.

“When he was about nine years old I still did not return to the Lord; and in 1990 I remember one morning he said that he did not feel like going to school. At that time, we never had any gas stove, and so I asked someone to sell me a bundle of wood. When the person came with the wood my son said he would have got me a better bundle. I did not hear anything else from him after that; and when I looked he was on the ground suffering from epilepsy,” said the churchwoman, adding that she rushed her son to hospital and was there until very late in the night.

When she left the hospital she went home, got a cup of tea and retired to bed. “I had a dream in which I saw a man. His back was turned to me in the dream; and he told me that if I did not return to the Lord my child would not be healed. When I woke up the morning, I told myself that what the man said was serious, and returned. Since then my son has not been affected by that illness,” testified Mitchell-Johnson.

The woman of God, who is a prayer warrior, said on another occasion she was drifting from the Lord when she received a call from someone, who told her that her son was at a hospital in Kingston suffering from a broken nose.

“It was right there and then that I realised that my son was a covenant between me and God. Whenever I am strong in the Lord he prospers; but if I ever drift from God something starts to happen in his life. I have come to learn about the healing power of God; and I have come to know that whatever God promises us it will come through,” she noted.

The churchwoman testified that despite her son’s challenges then, he has turned out to be a doctor of philosophy and an engineer. This, she said, is a remarkable testimony for her.

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