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Car dealer refuses to give timeline for delivery of used vehicles for police

Jamaica Gleaner / Managing director of O’Brien’s International Car Sales and Rentals Limited, Clement Ebanks, is refusing to give a time line for the delivery of used vehicles his company was contracted to source for the Jamaica Constabulary Force.

On Wednesday, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of National Security Dianne McIntosh told members of Parliament’s Public Administration and Appropriations Committee (PAAC) that a moratorium was granted by Jamaica Customs so that the vehicles on the wharf could be cleared.

She was unable to give details on the terms of the moratorium.

Yesterday evening, Ebanks told Nationwide News Network that he was informed a few days ago about the moratorium.

But even with the Moratorium, he said he could not say when the 66 vehicles now at the wharf would be delivered.

  Managing director of O’Brien’s International Car Sales and Rentals Limited, Clement Ebanks.

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