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#JaVotes2016: Family squabble over party colours?

Published:Thursday | February 25, 2016 | 2:42 PM

There was a brief family squabble at the Allman Town Infant School after two brothers and their sister went to cast their votes this morning.

According to onlookers, one brother and a sister are PNP supporters, while the other brother supports the Jamaica Labour Party.

It was not clear what started the altercation, but the female and the JLP supporting brother were engaged in a quarrel as they left the polling station.

“The two brothers and sister they are family but one of them want to stop the progress but him sister tell him seh dat caan happen,” said one onlooker.

The two argued viciously with each other as police officers there looked on unmoved. The argument, which quickly dissipated, drew the attention of voters at the infant school and those at the neighbouring St Matthew’s Anglican Church