Labourites told to leave guns at home

November 03, 2016
Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer Aundre Franklin, deputy chairman of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP), told a group of parish council aspirants that there will be no need for weapons, especially on the day of the polls.

Labourites have been told to leave their guns at home this election season.

Aundre Franklin, deputy chairman of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP), told a group of parish council aspirants that there will be no need for weapons, especially on the day of the polls.

"Please do not be caught with any firearms on election day. You don't need it," Franklin said.

The deputy chairman was helping the councillor candidates to understand what the law says about election day, and how to prepare for victory.

Local Government elections will be held on November 28. Nomination Day is November 11.