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Something Extra | Saturday

Published:Saturday | January 21, 2023 | 12:43 AM
Prime Minister Andrew Holness makes his way to his seat after reading Micah 6:3-8.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness makes his way to his seat after reading Micah 6:3-8.
Senator Sherene Golding Campbell (left) and Icy Golding, custos of St Catherine, evoke calm in shades of blue.
Senator Sherene Golding Campbell (left) and Icy Golding, custos of St Catherine, evoke calm in shades of blue.
From left: Donna Parchment Brown, former political ombudsman; Mikael Phillips, member of parliament for North West Manchester; Steadman Fuller, custos rotulorum of Kingston and Lieutenant Colonel Garfield Green, custos of Manchester, have a lively discussi
From left: Donna Parchment Brown, former political ombudsman; Mikael Phillips, member of parliament for North West Manchester; Steadman Fuller, custos rotulorum of Kingston and Lieutenant Colonel Garfield Green, custos of Manchester, have a lively discussion.
Courtney Campbell, president and CEO at VM Group, chats with Faith McCook (left) and Stephanie McCook-McGibbon, OGM Integrated Communications’ deputy managing director, at the 43rd annual National Leadership Prayer Breakfast, held at The Jamaica Pegasus
Courtney Campbell, president and CEO at VM Group, chats with Faith McCook (left) and Stephanie McCook-McGibbon, OGM Integrated Communications’ deputy managing director, at the 43rd annual National Leadership Prayer Breakfast, held at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston.
Olivia Grange, minister of culture, gender, entertainment and sport, is sandwiched by Dr Norman Dunn (left), minister of state in the Ministry of Industry, Investment and Commerce, and Granville Valentine, general secretary, National Workers Union.
Olivia Grange, minister of culture, gender, entertainment and sport, is sandwiched by Dr Norman Dunn (left), minister of state in the Ministry of Industry, Investment and Commerce, and Granville Valentine, general secretary, National Workers Union.
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‘Strengthening Communities Through Peace, Justice, and Forgiveness’, that was the theme of the 43rd National Leadership Prayer Breakfast held on Thursday at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel. Leaders from across the spectrum, including members of government and the public sector, the clergy, dignitaries and corporate Jamaica gathered together for the annual intercession. Something Extra has the highlights.