Born in Jamaica in the year 1981 to parents Iva and Vincent Hunter in little district called Lewis Store my childhood years are filled with fond memories. I began school at an early age since my mother was a teacher at Highgate Hall Age Primary in Highgate, St. Mary and I was drawn to music as my dad had a small sound system that would fill the air with Bob Marleys albums every Sunday evening after church. Successfully passing my Common Entrance Examination in 1992 I moved on to St. Mary High School then subsequently to Marymount Business College and pursued additional Business Courses. Read More...
MOU with JPS
I am having a serious challenge that can only be addressed by the light and power company (Jps). I like many other Jamaicans have found myself
huddled and glued to the side line of every match in the world cup and this will result in serious consequences at the end of the month when my Jps bill arrives. I tremble when ever i see a mail man.
I propose a MOU.
Yes I propose a Memorandum of Uunderstanding be signed with us the legally connected customers and the Jamaica Public Service to delay payments that will be incurred during the duration of the world cup season until a later date. This will allow time to pay off the amount we will incur for the next few weeks. This is a matter of urgency and of great national interest. Signing the MOU will allow us to relax and unwind with out fear.
Wakes Up from the Dream, Back to reality
I applaud my country. Once again we are all united and regardless of our preferred teams the comradeship we show have united us. As Jamaicans we know how to come together. Even when times are hard we still get up and enjoy ourselves in whatever festivites that is happening. The colorful display of flags on cars and buses adds to the excitement and on every corner or bar a television is propped up with a group gathered dressed in their team colours, hats or flags.. So big up Jamaicans, proud of my people. World Cup 2014 Fever is on my little island.