Stop running your mouths, Portia tells fractious comrades
People’s National Party President, Portia Simpson Miller has warned members of her party that she will not allow them to make comments that could bring the party into disrepute.
Simpson Miller sent the warning while speaking at a North West Clarendon constituency conference last night.
However she did not point to any specific incident.
The PNP has seen various clashes among members in recent weeks.
According to the Prime Minister, the PNP belongs to the people and members of the party have a responsibility to work in their interest.
She says she will not allow anyone to sully the legacy of the party’s founder.
The party has been trying to control rifts that have developed as a result of the potential challenges.
Recently MP for North West St Ann, Dr. Dayton Campbell, criticised South East St Ann MP Lisa Hanna’s leadership and suggested that she is better at profiling on social media.
Meanwhile, the car tyres of Evon Redman, who is seeking to unseat Raymond Pryce in North East St Elizabeth, were slashed by persons believed to be supporting the MP.
And tension in the PNP’s region six led to DK Duncan deciding not to seek re-election as chairman, paving the way for Ian Hayles to take up the post.