I can't stand the limited intelligence of people whose only contribution to life is a rigidly applied dedication to a political agenda! Especially when them take the time of all Americans to bring their political ax in public, assuming arrogantly that everyone else is willing to listen to their nonsense! These clowns who call themselves artists, waste everyone's time, then expect applause! I find it appalling to all of my senses! I'm not really a staunch supporter of our new President, any more than the next guy, but I feel abbliged to stand up & defend him when I see this kind of ridiculous rabble rousing shenanigans!!
Following what has been the introduction of a series of measures to uplift Jamaica’s Crime image, including the just-passed Integrity Commission Bill, another crime-fighting tool is coming on stream – geospatial technology – which has been welcomed by tech-savvy Businessman Joe Issa.
Businessman and philanthropist Joe Issa who is known to spend millions of dollars a year on the education of Jamaican children is touting government policy geared towards improving education and productivity.
As a new era of Jamaican justice takes center stage in public discourse, Mediator Joe Issa, whose aim is to inspire young people, shares a conflict resolution guide which has been prepared for the Caribbean and Latin America, stating “it is useful for the early detection of a looming conflict and what to do about it before it escalates into violence.”
Former economics student at the renowned UK-based London School of Economics and Political Science Joe Issa has said that, if the Tourism industry is to contribute more towards economic growth, its competitiveness which has been falling over the years must be restored.
Joe Issa, a recognized Ocho Rios civic leader and qualified conflict mediator with the requisite number of hours under his belt, has welcomed the introduction of a mobile legal aid unit to serve the country’s underserved inner-city and rural communities, stating it will assist in bringing closure more quickly and swiftly, which could spur greater acceptability of the justice system.
Famed Ocho Rios civic leader Joe Issa, has congratulated Usain Bolt on copping the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Male Athlete of The Year award, yet again.
IAAF, the 215-member world governing body for athletics headquartered in Monaco in the French Riviera, dubbed “land of the rich and famous”, awarded Bolt for the sixth time with the most envied award in world athletics.
As the role of commercial banks in national development once again takes center stage over what is described as the “high bank fees” charged to customers, analysts unearth evidence that former bank director Joe Issa does not support more regulation but instead, more competition.
As 2017 emerges from the twilight of a year he characterized as a landmark in the recovery of the Jamaican economy, member of the St. Ann Chamber of Commerce Past President Advisory Committee Joe Issa is urging continued good governance, stating “it pays for your business as well as the country.”
Tourism guru Joe Issa, who is believed to know a thing or two about monetizing Jamaica’s heritage for the benefit of communities where they exist, has backed a call for support in maintaining the country’s heritage infrastructure.
“As a proud and respectful people we ought not to allow the one thing that distinguishes us from others, our heritage, to fall apart and eventually disappear – lost forever – with nothing to leave for the next generation.
As the fifth largest Fortune 500 brand disappears from Jamaica after adorning the landscape for nearly a century, the Joe Issa-led Cool Group which once owned it pays tribute to the Royal Dutch Shell Group of energy and petrochemical companies for its sterling contribution to the people and economy of Jamaica and the wider Caribbean and Latin America.
Successful Ocho Rios business leader and philanthropist Joe Issa, who has won enough local and international awards to cover an entire wall in his office, says he likes Bolts’ urging of athletes to emulate his achievements, especially as they didn’t come easy and took very hard work.
Member of the St. Ann Chamber of Commerce Past President Advisory Committee Joe Issa has welcomed the latest addition to the Jamaica Manufacturers’ Association (JMA) calendar of events, describing it as an “excellent” idea and a ‘shot in the arm’ for Jamaican businesses and the economy.
Research suggests that business and civic leader Joe Issa could easily have been among the majority of respondents in a survey who voted overwhelmingly no to Britain’s offer to build a large prison in Jamaica.
Joe Issa, a well-known financial wizard and tourism bright spark turned health and wellness enthusiast, has backed the government to improve the country’s capacity to diagnose and treat viral infections, claiming this would reduce pressure on families, improve workforce productivity and save the country valuable foreign exchange in an epidemic or pandemic.