Jamaica Gov't to Cut Spending | Joe Biden Sworn in as 46th US President - January 20 2021 1

Jamaica Gov’t to Cut Spending | Joe Biden Sworn in as 46th US President – January 20 2021


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  1. Today is the day my mother give a life to earth so it must be a very special day joe congratulation jamaica gov thing about your nation under god amen.

  2. Why not start with local news then foreign news. Jamaica should start to be patriotic as well and put Jamaica first.

  3. Covid climbing like crazy! They treat the patients like animals. So sad! It hurts like hell but it worth it! Yes , I am woman.

  4. They are cutting money which does not belong to Jamaica where is the money that was given to Jamaica during covid where is it.

  5. Did I missed something, this suppose to be Jamaica news media, why did he not report news in Jamaica b4 they reported world news. It show others come b4 us wooooow

    1. Because u most always report major international incidents first….. News from Merka can mash up stock and fx market….

  6. …the former president was not by law bound to “formerly” concede but he obstinately refused to cordially accept defeat…

  7. I’m not sure if anyone told Nigel but during recessions, it’s government spending that keeps the economy going. Austerity never help a soul

  8. Me nah take it yet let all who inna parliament take the vaccine and let see how it goes the next few month

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