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Orgy party billboards placed outside school gate removed, Education Minister visits institution

Published:Monday | April 18, 2016 | 4:32 PM
Education Minister, Senator Ruel Reid visited Alpha Primary this morning and welcomed the removal of the controversial billboards.
Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Ruel Reid (centre) speaks with Principal of Alpha Primary School, Millicent Graham (left). Reid visited the location where offensive posters were previously posted outside the school today.
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Controversial X-rated billboards which were placed at the gate of the Apha Primary School and the Convent of Mercy Academy in Kingston have been removed.

The story about the billboards promoting a topless orgy party were publicised in a Sunday Gleaner article yesterday. 

READ: Lewd and vulgar - Disgusting dancehall posters placed at school gate

Education Minister, Senator Ruel Reid visited Alpha Primary this morning and welcomed the removal of the controversial billboards.

Reid also met with the principal, several members of staff and parents along with some students. 

Since assuming office Reid has emphasised positive values and attitudes in the education system.