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Holness will participate in Obama's visit @DaytonCampbell @one876 @bounce876 @andretamri

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  Dayton Campbell, put that in your pipe and smoke it. Opposition Leader Andrew Holness will be attending at least two events to do with the visit of United States President Barack Obama to Jamaica between today and tomorrow.

Holness is expected to attend today's arrival of Obama at the Norman Manley Airport in Kingston, as well as tomorrow's wreath-laying ceremony at the cenotaph at National Heroes Park in Kingston.

The only other Jamaica Labour Party representative expected to officially participate in the events associated with the visit is Senator Kamina Johnson Smith, who will represent the Opposition at the town hall meeting with regional youth leaders scheduled for the University of the West Indies, Mona, tomorrow.

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