The question of who Buju Banton’s daughter Jodian Myrie is running against in the upcoming local government election is still unclear, well, at least until tomorrow.
Checks made by Music News reveal that the PNP’s list of counselor candidates will not be available until Wednesday. At around 1pm this afternoon, a representative at the PNP headquarters tells Music News that a meeting regarding the matter was recently concluded and the information will be available no later than tomorrow.
Nonetheless, a little birdy tells Music News that the PNP sitting counselor, Nenna Wilson will be going up against Myrie.
Buju Banton’s daughter Jodian Myrie has traded her musical roots for politics.
Unlike her father and brother producer Marcus Myrie, Jodian is representing the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) in the local government election set to be contested this month.
Jodian Myrie, a marketing graduate of the University of Technology Jamaica, will represent the Hagley Park Division of the St Andrew East Central constituency, which is represented by Dr. Peter Phillips of the People’s National Party (PNP).
The election is set for November 28, with Nomination Day scheduled for this Friday, November 11.