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Something Extra | Friday

Published:Friday | June 17, 2022 | 12:09 AM
Olivia Grange, minister of culture, gender, entertainment and sport, shares lens with (from left) dancehall artiste Popcaan, Miss World 2019 Toni-ann Singh and Jamila Falak at the eighth Annual International Conference and Exhibition reception, held at the
Olivia Grange, minister of culture, gender, entertainment and sport, shares lens with (from left) dancehall artiste Popcaan, Miss World 2019 Toni-ann Singh and Jamila Falak at the eighth Annual International Conference and Exhibition reception, held at the Montego Bay Convention Centre last Monday.
Dominican Republic Ambassador to Jamaica Angie Martínez Tejer (left) and Dr Samir Hamrouni, chief executive officer, World Free Zones Organization, were in a dancing mood.
Dominican Republic Ambassador to Jamaica Angie Martínez Tejer (left) and Dr Samir Hamrouni, chief executive officer, World Free Zones Organization, were in a dancing mood.
Minister of Industry, Investment and Commerce Aubyn Hill (right) shares lens with Hospiten’s Country Manager Samuel Afonso Diaz (left) and Commercial Director Chevaughne Miller at the Annual International Conference and Exhibition event, held at the Falm
Minister of Industry, Investment and Commerce Aubyn Hill (right) shares lens with Hospiten’s Country Manager Samuel Afonso Diaz (left) and Commercial Director Chevaughne Miller at the Annual International Conference and Exhibition event, held at the Falmouth port in Trelawny last Tuesday.
From left: Irfan Hosein, senior investment specialist, Ministry of Trade and Industry, Trinidad and Tobago; Rishika Ramkay, senior marketing executive, CrimsonLogic (Trinidad and Tobago) Ltd; and Juan Icaza, assistant manager, CrimsonLogic Panama Inc durin
From left: Irfan Hosein, senior investment specialist, Ministry of Trade and Industry, Trinidad and Tobago; Rishika Ramkay, senior marketing executive, CrimsonLogic (Trinidad and Tobago) Ltd; and Juan Icaza, assistant manager, CrimsonLogic Panama Inc during the second night of activities.
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The networking event on the opening night of the World Free Zones Conference was a celebration of the Jamaican entertainment scene, from the moko jumbie on stilts and the reggae-infused steelpan performers to the fabulous Fab Five Band that had delegates on their feet for their over one-hour set filled with lover’s rock, soca, country, reggae and dancehall. Fab Five was preceded by Montego Bay-born Jamila Falak, who wooed the audience with her sultry voice and fingers on the double bass; phenomenal singer Sherieta, Ghetto Youths label artiste and backup singer for popular artiste Damian Junior Gong’ Marley; and Miss World 2019 Toni-Ann Singh with her sweet notes and lovely personality. Something Extra brings you the highlights.