I cry for the PNP, says Mike Henry
Gary Spaulding, Senior Gleaner Writer
When Central Clarendon MP Mike Henry took to a Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) stage in the town of Gayle to endorse the St Mary Western standard bearer Robert 'Bobby' Montague late Tuesday evening, he referred to him as "the right Bobby".
Henry was poking fun at the People's National Party (PNP's) South West St Elizabeth MP Hugh Buchanan who, in December, mistakenly introduced the PNP chairman Bobby Pickersgill as Bobby Montague.
According to Henry, Montague is the " Right Bobby " while Pickersgill is the "Sleeping Bobby."
"I cry for the PNP because they know not where they are going and from whence they came," Henry said.
"Once they wore bush jacket then dropped it for suits, " he added.
Henry quipped that unlike the PNP with empty promises, the JLP led by Andrew Michael Holness was about fulfillment.
He also claimed that Health Minister Horace Dalley was constantly engaging in public relations gimmicks to hide his incompetence in the fight against ZIKV.