JLP mourns passing of Tyrone Robinson, Senior Party Organizer, Businessman, and Board Chairman for NERHA.
The Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) is deeply saddened at the passing of businessman and one of its key political organizers, Tyrone Robinson.
Mr Robinson died last night after battling illness over the past few weeks. He was 58 years old.
In reacting to news of Mr. Robinson’s death, Prime Minister and JLP Leader, Andrew Holness said –
“Tyrone was not only a key stalwart for the JLP who gave yeoman’s service, particularly in the northern belt of the island, he was committed to the development of his country through service on several public boards including being Chairman of the North East Regional Health Authority up until the time of his death.”
Prime Minister Holness says
“Tyrone had a great love for the people of St Ann and as a member of the business community there, he consistently contributed to various philanthropic efforts. He will be remembered as a kind, gentle and humble soul.”
The Prime Minister and JLP Leader says he’s deeply saddened by Mr. Robinson’s passing. The JLP Leader is expressing sincere condolences to Mr. Robinson’s family and close friends.
The Prime Minister noted reports, that Mr Robinson had developed complications after testing positive for COVID-19 and is urging all Jamaicans to recognize that COVID-19 remains a serious threat to our lives and livelihoods.