Expecting a progressive and eventful future, Jamaican Labour Party leader Andrew Holness on last day had been inducted as the new Supremo of the Caribbean island. He was the former education minister of the land of reef-lined beaches. In his election campaign, he reportedly avowed that his government could provide new job opportunities for the aspiring youth. In addition, he vowed to revamp and revive the ailing economy of the former British colony. Biggest challenges before him are to develop a systematic and progressive education system. In addition to that he has to ensure an accountable and accessible medical system in the country which is still struggling under the poverty line. Unfortunately, the new PM’s party don’t have the luxury of big majorities. He has to perform real gimmicks for leading a country with a minute single-seat majority. Holness successfully defeated Portia Simpson Miller, the nation’s first women head of state, to grab his victory. He tactically evaded obstructions and leap-forwarded through a minute gape which he obtained through the brief political uncertainty. Governor-General of the state of Jamaica, Sir Patrick Allen officially announced the approval of the appointment of new Prime Minister. According to the reports, nearly thirty eight percent of the country’s youth is unemployed. The county is rapidly marching towards a drastic financial instability due to its heavy debits, report added. The new supremo has to understand these realties and should formulate an applicable solution, says expert. However, in his exciting speech after the induction, the newly-elected Prime Minister Holness assures that he could transform the country into a finance, trade, commerce and art hub of the Caribbean region. He promised that he is determined to fulfil the dreams of the country. Very soon, the country will transform into a hope-filled nation with new exiting opportunities, he added.
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