JAMAICA NEWS december 7, 2018 | JDF curfew | woman found | TVJ CVM news, please watch to the end for full details
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Please Consider Supporting my Channel by becoming a Patron if you appreciate the Content: https://www.patreon.com/teachdem PayPal: https://paypal.me/TeachDem Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQrRxeXJ5R_qQnpxf1IlePQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/teachdem16/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/dem_teach Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/teach.dem.583 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Whatsapp: 876-321-6425 'Don't come home,' returnees association head urges Jamaicans overseas to avoid Jamaica altogether President of the Jamaica Association for the Resettlement of Returning Residents, Percival LaTouche, is urging Jamaicans overseas not to return home. According to LaTouche, who spent over 30 years in the United Kingdom from 1958 until the early 1990s when he resettled in the land of his birth, “It makes no sense you spend 20, 30, or 40 years overseas working hard only to return home for people to k! ll you.” LaTouche made the comments on Tuesday December 4, while reacting to the mvrder of returning resident, 44-year-old Karen Cleary, whose body was found buried in a shallow gr@ve on her property in Boscobel, St Mary on Monday afternoon December 3. Cleary, who was born in Jamaica but had lived in England for 20 years, had been building her dream home in the country of her birth when she went missing on November 25. Her body was found wrapped in a tarpaulin in a h0le which had been covered with a layer of concrete and dirt. A post mortem will be done to determine the cause of death. News of her brutal demise has already hit the foreign media and comes just days after the body of 72-year-old American Nancy Hardy was found in a shallow gr@ve in Hanover last Wednesday November 28, four days after she had been reported missing. Hardy was of Amherst, Massachusetts in the United States and Phase 3, Whitehall in Negril, Westmoreland. LaTouche said that dozens of homes built by returning residents are locked up as they have moved back overseas because they are fearful of being targeted. He said there are some 60 such houses in the Mandeville area alone and returnees have lost confidence in the ability of the security forces to protect them. According to Latouche, returning residents of Retreat and Prospect in St Thomas are under siege from robbers. “The people dem can’t come out a dem house,” he said. Having started one of the first such associations for returning residents in Jamaica 25 years ago, and having personally attended over 160 fun3rals for returning residents - many of them mvrder victims - LaTouche is now at his wits end as to what should be done to address the problem. And he is not holding back in going after the leadership of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) which he accused of being inept. LaTouche slammed Police Commissioner, Major General Antony Anderson, claiming that the most decisive action the top cop has made since he was appointed to the job nine months ago is “go after the Public Defender”. He described members of the JCF hierarchy as being bereft of ideas and paying lip service to the plight of returning residents. Despite an overall 21 per cent reduction in mvrders this year, when compared to 2017, LaTouche charged that the police have not done enough to reduce homicides, in particular of returning residents. This he said is a failure on the part of Anderson. He said 11 returning residents have been k!lled since the start of the year, an average of one each month. As it relates to a special task force that was announced in July to address the situation, LaTouche has dismissed it as a joke. “It’s pure politics in it, it’s not going anywhere. I went to one meeting and I realised this is rubbish, so I haven't gone back. All we can hear is pure chat and more chat. In July, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade announced the establishment of a taskforce to address security and safety concerns related to returning residents and their holistic reintegration into the Jamaican society. It said the task force would be chaired by State Minister Pearnel Charles Jr and would comprise returning residents, the ministry's Diaspora Affairs Department, and the JCF. In its own statement, the JCF committed to assisting returnees to vet persons they engage to work for them. It is reported that Clearly and several others may have fallen victim to the very persons they had employed to work on their homes. The JCF said at the time that the safety and security of returning residents remained a high priority and strategies and support systems were being bolstered for their protection. According to the JCF, meetings would be held regularly at the divisional level to enhance the sharing of important information. #TeachDem #PercivalLaTouche #ReturningResidents
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Jamaica is known to be a fantasy island where many people hope to retire one day to beautiful beaches and tropical weather all year round but many have built their dream homes and had to leave it due to the runnings of the country. In this video we take a look at one such story where her dream house in Jamaica came at a hefty price. Dont forget to like, comment, share, subscribe and click the bell to be notified when new videos are uploaded to SOUFLOTV.
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PROFESSOR NUTS live, inna di bus | bad boy jimmy & more ( BEST PROFESSOR NUTS ON YOUTUBE ) this is a classic performance of professor nuts remastered and enanched to give you the best sound quality, hope you enjoy. BIOGRAPHY: b. Carl Wellington, c.1960, Portmore, Jamaica, West Indies. Influenced by DJs including Yellowman and Nicodemus, Professor Nuts began his career as a DJ performing on the St. Catherine-based Love Child Sound System . In 1984 he held the position of top DJ in a national competition representing St. Catherine. In 1985 he earned kudos for his first professional stage show at the renowned Cinema Two located in Half Way Tree. He gained a reputation for his comic approach to the dancehall, where he became known as Mr. Whobedeh and formed a partnership with the equally humorous Lecturer. In 1988, performing in his own right, he appeared alongside Josey Wales, Lieutenant Stitchie and Flourgon at the Reggae Sunsplash Festival dancehall night where his shenanigans were met with great approval. As a result he appeared alongside Tippa Lee, Rappa Robert and Pinchers. In 1990, he joined Papa San in a crucial showdown and survived the session to participate in a border clash with Louie Culture, Daddy Screw and the Ninja Kid. His distinctive style led to a high profile in the reggae media although he was unable to build on his notoriety with a significant hit. In spite of his success, his recorded output was sporadic, although this situation was redressed with the release of Tan So Back and three singles in 1999, ‘Mama Have Her Own’, ‘Jamaican Girls’ and ‘Funny Guy’. His appeal is considered to be predominantly visual, and he has subsequently maintained a steady profile through dancehall videos. He has appeared alongside Jamaica’s top DJs including Beenie Man, Shabba Ranks, Ninjaman and singer Barrington Levy. In 1999, he teamed up with Dave ‘Rude Boy’ Kelly who employed him to perform in session on the ‘Bruk Out’ rhythm.