December 25, 2020 | Vision Newspaper |
The Prime Minister of Jamaica the most Hon. Andrew Holness wished all Jamaicans a very Merry Christmas through a series of tweets on social media along with a short video.
“This year, our Christmas celebration is not as we would want it to be but will celebrate nonetheless, as we acknowledge the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ”
“Let us use the season, as families, to reflect and to put our hope and prayers towards a better 2021. As we go through this pandemic, I acknowledge all our healthcare and frontline workers who continue to do an outstanding job; we owe them a debt of gratitude.”
“2020 has been a difficult year, however, we have overcome much and there’s still much for which to be thankful. I wish all my fellow Jamaicans a Merry Christmas, and as you celebrate, please do so safely.” .
“Christmas is a time for family and for thanksgiving. This season, we will not all be together physically, nevertheless, we must all stay connected virtually and spiritually. As we celebrate, let us do so safely. Merry Christmas!” tweeted the PM.