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I'm travelling Jamaica to see if every little thing is gonna be alright, Portia tells Comrades

Published:Sunday | November 1, 2015 | 11:21 PM
Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller listens to NE St Elizabeth's Raymond Pryce during the PNP rally in St Mary Sunday.
An animated PNP supporter during the party's mass rally in St Mary, Sunday night.
People's National Party supporters at a mass rally in Annotto Bay, St Mary Sunday night.
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President of the People’s National Party (PNP), Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller has said that with opinion polls now completed and political analysts having their say, it is her turn to do her assessment.

"I have decided to travel around Jamaica to see if every little thing is gonna be alright," she said, drawing on a well-known line from a popular hit of reggae superstar, Bob Marley.

According to Simpson Miller, people have been saying while everything is not alright, they know the PNP government is doing its best.

"Everything is not perfect but we have a vision," she told Comrades in Annotto Bay, St Mary Sunday night.

The Prime Minister also told supporters that they can be proud of the PNP's achievements, among them, the construction of highways and bridges.

"We not done yet as there is more to come on stream," she declared.

One of Simpson Miller's bragging points on the campaign trail has been the thousands of land titles granted under her administration.