Flood Fear in Clarendon – August 26 2020

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17 Comments on "Flood Fear in Clarendon – August 26 2020"

  1. Too long drain don’t clean. Too small wake up jamaican leaders

  2. Michael Humphrey | August 27, 2020 at 11:46 AM | Reply

    There should be a database of all the flood prone areas of Jamaica so as to effectively address the flooding issue.

  3. Marlene Morgan | August 27, 2020 at 12:03 PM | Reply

    Stop dump up the land nature’s is taking back it course… sorry to say this :-):,-):-) when God made the the world He separate the wet Land from the Dry…. Is Judy NATURE’S

  4. Blessings Godfrey | August 27, 2020 at 12:19 PM | Reply

    Why the government dont mek these Prisoners clean out the drains?, dem need fi give back to society

  5. NINJA LOVE ROCK | August 27, 2020 at 12:25 PM | Reply

    Where’s the money from all the backsight mining industry? Okay! What about the tox from something that considered the most valuable in class world wide? Yet still our own poor people life is in shample over the same things.

  6. Years of neglect…election time and more empty political promises ?

  7. Doreen Nesbeth | August 27, 2020 at 12:58 PM | Reply

    The JAMAICAN government is only for themselves,family and friends people in JAMAICA please wise up .

  8. Geneive Morris | August 27, 2020 at 1:24 PM | Reply

    Why did they move these people and replace them in these flood prone areas, it makes no sense. Politicians this doesn’t look good and how can those people cut the trees and never return to take them away? This is such a shame, no one cares for the elderly or less fortunate, JAMAICA as a society you need to do better and I am hoping when the politicians goes to these people to get their votes, they’ll tell them to fix the flooding problem first, just don’t be bribed with food and a pittance.

  9. Dirtiest parish in jamaica.. Most Roads are filled with bottles and all sort of missile. Its like clarendon people dont have personal responsibility when it comes to garbage disposal

  10. Cindy Blackwood | August 27, 2020 at 2:43 PM | Reply

    I feel it for the people why I’m this day and age these things are still going on some have no water out of the taps and drains this can’t believe 2020 nearly 2021 what the hell come on .

  11. If the public stop through in garbage in the drain, gullies the blockage would stop.

  12. Each neighbor each jamaican can adopt a tiny portion and pick it up. Gov. Should clean drains. Stop throwing stuff on ground or out the windows in cars. Nah dirty up jamaica.

  13. Karen Hibbert | August 27, 2020 at 3:28 PM | Reply

    Mi did think seh a d $10 scandal bags did a cause it, Andrew seh him fix everywhere and everyweh still a flood out, but d right place weh fi flood out naa flood out, like d PRIME MINISTER house and him followers…a set of THIEVES

  14. Marie - wir uns kennenlernen | August 29, 2020 at 4:55 AM | Reply

    1:51 amazing

  15. Get it sorted , bet if this was near a local important person ,ie Government MP, sports personality, music giant , it would sorted very quickly.

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