$95 Billion Loss Due to Corruption - December 3 2020 1

$95 Billion Loss Due to Corruption – December 3 2020


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  1. There is never any accountability no matter which party is in power. I look forward to the day some of these politicians pay for their crimes just like the local man.

    1. never gonna happen, who is gonna let them pay. they are a part of the same system and the whole system is a part of them. there’s only one thing that can change politician power in this country i wont say it.

    2. @owen ferguson who suppose to hold the employee accountable, the government, because they are government employees.

    1. It’s not the government or mp.its the employees management don’t give Jamaican government bad names because of some greedy employees in certain positions in government run facility

  2. Yes please continue to push on issues of accountability because it cannot continue that way for longer. The jamaican people in general are not getting value for money.

  3. Ahm, i think St Anns Bay hospital need an X~RAY machine… Some nebulizers for the asthma patients and hospital beds… My granny had to wait over 24 hrs before getting a bed… I know you guys can do better!

    1. to believe I’m here saying the government broke why they cant fix the hospitals and see this big 95 billion either it US or jmd it still must add up past 4 billion US I’m stunned / In shock

    1. @owen ferguson the government is to hold them accountable so basically it’s the responsibility of the government whether we like it or not

    2. @owen ferguson And when the employee corrupt who suppose to hold them accountable, the government right, and if he doesn’t act he is just like the employee right.

  4. When you listen to these people it make you wonder if these people fit to lead the nation no vice to advice not and carry on and on and on and on like people who up by the mental ill hospital maybe they have a tears

  5. Imprison them, the Jamaican public can’t benefit from the worldwide drops in fuel cost and they busy filling their pockets

  6. When is the corruption, going to stop.
    How are you calling, others corrupt, when you are doing it.
    White collar crime is just as bad.
    We pay 2.50 US a gallon.

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