Scenes from the National Honours and Awards Ceremony

Published: Tuesday | October 16, 2012 Comments 0
Transport Minister Dr Omar Davies (right) and wife, Rose, warmly welcome former People's National Party vice-president and parliamentarian, O.D. Ramtallie, as he arrives at the Ceremony of Investiture and Presentation of National Honours and Awards 2012 at King's House in St Andrew yesterday.
Transport Minister Dr Omar Davies (right) and wife, Rose, warmly welcome former People's National Party vice-president and parliamentarian, O.D. Ramtallie, as he arrives at the Ceremony of Investiture and Presentation of National Honours and Awards 2012 at King's House in St Andrew yesterday.
Chief of defence staff, Major General Antony Anderson, proudly displays his insignia after being appointed a member of the Order of Distinction, Commander Class.
Chief of defence staff, Major General Antony Anderson, proudly displays his insignia after being appointed a member of the Order of Distinction, Commander Class.
Former national football player and coach Carl Brown (left) came out to support fellow sportsman Aldrick 'Allie' McNab, who was made a member of the Order of Distinction in the rank of Commander for dedicated service to sports. - PHOTOS BY Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
Former national football player and coach Carl Brown (left) came out to support fellow sportsman Aldrick 'Allie' McNab, who was made a member of the Order of Distinction in the rank of Commander for dedicated service to sports. - PHOTOS BY Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
Edmund Bartlett (centre) celebrates being appointed a member of the Order of Distinction in the rank of Commander with brother St Aubyn Bartlett (second left), sister-in-law Grace Bartlett, and his nephews Justin (left) and Brandon.
Edmund Bartlett (centre) celebrates being appointed a member of the Order of Distinction in the rank of Commander with brother St Aubyn Bartlett (second left), sister-in-law Grace Bartlett, and his nephews Justin (left) and Brandon.
Opposition Leader Andrew Holness is caught in the middle as Opposition Spokesperson on Youth, Sports, Gender Affairs, Entertainment and Culture, Olivia Grange (left), holds court with Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller during yesterday's ceremony
Opposition Leader Andrew Holness is caught in the middle as Opposition Spokesperson on Youth, Sports, Gender Affairs, Entertainment and Culture, Olivia Grange (left), holds court with Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller during yesterday's ceremony


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