Wednesday, 3 June 2020

CHAT 'BOUT: Ardenne's Nadine Molloy tackles the CXC controversy / Emanuel DaRosa says goodbye / PM Andrew Holness gives the back-to-work order

"It makes no sense to attack CXC. It makes more sense to look inward and take a decision. It is imperative that we make the radical changes we need to going forward." - Nadine Molloy, Ardenne High principal, weighing in on the controversy over students' readiness for the 2020 CXC/CAPE exams
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"We will now go about the business of making the logistical arrangements so that no one who is taking these exams, beyond the challenges that they have already had, will in any way be compromised." - Karl Samuda, Minister with responsibility for Education, on preparations for the July 13 start of this year's CXC/CAPE exams
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"We intend to allow persons other than our vulnerable population, who are working persons, to return to work effective June 1... The various new protocols for factories, workplaces, banking halls etc. are being developed in conjunction with the PSOJ." - PM Andrew Holness at a virtual press conference at the OPM on May 18
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"I am proud of what we as a team have accomplished in my time with JPS, and I'm predicting that in the next five years you will see JPS rise to the top of electricity providers not only in the Caribbean but well beyond." - Emanuel DaRosa, outgoing CEO of the Jamaica Public Service
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"It was never my intention to damage the T20 tournament, as playing in the CPL has guaranteed an opportunity for the past [seven] years to play in front of the great fans of the Caribbean. This is a privilege which I genuinely appreciate and have never taken for granted." - Chris Gayle, issuing a statement in the wake of backlash stemming from the release of his much-publicized YouTube video










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