by Candice Haughton (Jamaica Observer) Following her announcement that she will be leaving representational politics, People’s National Party (PNP) member of parliament for St Ann South Eastern, Lisa Hanna, has made it clear that she will use other means to serve her country.
Hanna, who is also the PNP’s spokesperson on Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, posted a one-minute question-and-answer video to her social media platforms on what she would do when she decided to leave politics entirely.
“The truth is there’s lots that I could do, but I would not want to betray my core principle and my core philosophy – which is really serving the people of Jamaica and my country. That is my moral compass because I want to see our country do better,” Hanna stated in the video.
She added that she would venture into an area that would help Jamaica build trade and improve the country’s value-added trade of products and exports.
“I would find areas that would help our humanitarian efforts, particularly in rural Jamaica, to help people with water, for example.”