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From left: Oliver Coughlan, Digicel Group CEO; Harry Smith, Digicel Jamaica Chairman; Rev Dr Al Miller; Dary Vaz, minister of science, energy and technology; Hugh Graham, Opposition MP; and Digicel Jamaica CEO Jabbor Kayumov at the Digicel Jamaica 20th Ann
From left: Oliver Coughlan, Digicel Group CEO; Harry Smith, Digicel Jamaica Chairman; Rev Dr Al Miller; Dary Vaz, minister of science, energy and technology; Hugh Graham, Opposition MP; and Digicel Jamaica CEO Jabbor Kayumov at the Digicel Jamaica 20th Anniversary Thanksgiving Church Service at Fellowship Tabernacle on Fairfield Avenue last Sunday.
Nasha-Monique Douglas, chief marketing officer, Digicel Jamaica, steps out at the Digicel Jamaica 20th Anniversary Thanksgiving Church Service.
Nasha-Monique Douglas, chief marketing officer, Digicel Jamaica, steps out at the Digicel Jamaica 20th Anniversary Thanksgiving Church Service.
Digicel Jamaica CEO Jabbor Kayumo chats with international Paralympian Alphanso Cunningham.
Digicel Jamaica CEO Jabbor Kayumo chats with international Paralympian Alphanso Cunningham.
Nickeisha Barnes, 2006 Digicel Rising Stars second runner-up, performs at the service.
Nickeisha Barnes, 2006 Digicel Rising Stars second runner-up, performs at the service.
A masked Charmaine Daniels, CEO of Digicel Foundation, is picture-perfect at last Sunday’s thanksgiving service.
A masked Charmaine Daniels, CEO of Digicel Foundation, is picture-perfect at last Sunday’s thanksgiving service.
Digicel Jamaica CEO, (left) Jabbor Kayumo makes a presentation to Rev Dr Al Miller.
Digicel Jamaica CEO, (left) Jabbor Kayumo makes a presentation to Rev Dr Al Miller.
An elegant Heather Moyston, administrative manager, Digicel Group CEO’s office, makes a fashion statement at the Digicel Jamaica 20th Anniversary Thanksgiving Church Service last Sunday.
An elegant Heather Moyston, administrative manager, Digicel Group CEO’s office, makes a fashion statement at the Digicel Jamaica 20th Anniversary Thanksgiving Church Service last Sunday.
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Digicel is having an entire year chockful of celebratory activities as the telecoms giant marks its 20th anniversary in the Jamaican market. The company hosted a thanksgiving service at the Fellowship Tabernacle in Kingston last Sunday, which was attended by Minister of Science, Energy and Technology Daryl Vaz; Opposition Spokesman on Science, Commerce and Technology Hugh Graham; and members of the Digicel family. Reverend Dr Al Miller, speaking during the service, urged Digicel to keep Jamaica connected. Here are some of the highlights.