Outgoing Prime Minister Portia Simpson-Miller has congratulated the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) for being victorious in the recently held general elections.

While speaking on Thursday night, the People’s National Party (PNP) President stated:

“Comrades, it’s a time for even stronger unity. We have been united before, let us now unite for a cause and a purpose.”

“Let me say to you, do not be angry. What happened, happened but you must always know that we the leaders are here. The other side won, but i’m going to be very big – I commend them on their victory”

Mrs Simpson Miller also requested PNP workers to be meticulous when the ballots are being recounted.

“I’m going to give an instruction now, we must send strong persons at every constituency recount when they go through the ballots, and who we send must be persons who will pay attention to every thing, every detail.”

“Leave nothing to chance,” she also stressed.

She also tried to perk up a seemingly despondent group of supporters when she stated:

“I’m going to beg some of you who look so sad, if I can smile, give me a bright smile”.

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via jamaicaobserver.com

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Outgoing Prime Minister Portia Simpson-Miller has congratulated the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) for being victorious in the recently held general elections. While speaking on Thursday night, the People's National Party (PNP) President stated: 'Comrades, it's a time for even stronger unity. We have been united before, let us now unite for a...

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