Chair of the Economic Programme Oversight Committee (EPOC) and CEO of JMMB Group, Keith Duncan says he has not been appointed a Government Senator despite media reports.
“Following recent media reports announcing my appointment to the Senate, I wish to advise that I have not been appointed nor offered to serve in the capacity as a senator by the Government of Jamaica,” Duncan said in a statement on Friday (May 12).
While noting that he is committed to the country’s advancement and is very honoured to have served in the roles he did, the reports currently circulating are false.
“As a Jamaican committed to our country’s advancement, I am privileged to have served in various capacities in public life under both political administrations. I am very much committed to continue to serve in any way that benefits our nation. Both parties are aware of my desire to continue to serve my country in an independent capacity.”
POSITIONS HELD BY DUNCAN OVER THE YEARS
Chairman of the National Youth Service (NYS) under both political Administrations.
Member and Chairman of the Economic Programme Oversight Committee under both Administrations.
Chaired the Divestment Committee of Caymanas Track under the PNP Administration.
Member of the Covid-19 Economic Recovery Task Force and Chaired the Local Services Committee of this body, under the JLP Administration.
Currently chair the National Information Technology Advisory Committee to the Minister of Science Energy and Technology.
Additionally, Duncan said his aim is to continue to serve the people of Jamaica, “As an independent thinker with the best interest of the country at heart, I will continue to serve in the public interest under any administration whilst I am contributing to improving and transforming the lives of all my fellow Jamaican brothers and sisters.”