Jamaica: Kamina Johnson Smith- Senator and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade and Jamaica’s candidate for the Secretary General of the Commonwealth, extended wishes to Tonga on the attainment of 52 years of independence.
On Friday, June 3, 2022, she took to Twitter and wished the people of Tonga the emancipation day and also expressed pleasure over the positive reflections rolling into Monday’s commemoration.
Kamina Johnson Smith noted, “Today, the people of #Tonga mark the attainment of 52 years of independence! I take this opportunity to wish them a wonderful #Emancipation Day and weekend of positive reflections rolling into Monday’s commemoration.”
Tonga will celebrate their emancipation day on Monday, June 6, 2022, as people of the country do not celebrate anything on Fridays.
So, Kamina Johnson Smith extended wishes on their emancipation day and greeted their people for the celebration, which will be commenced on Monday.
Kamina Johnson Smith is a candidate for the position of the Secretary-General of the Commonwealth and promotes herself by visiting different countries.
In recent days, she visited Guyana for the Agri-Investment Forum and Expo hosted by President Irfaan Ali, where she interacted with the different CARICOM Heads of the government.
Kamina Smith met Prime Minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines Ralph Gonsalves and discussed her vision for the top position. Moreover, she also outlined her re-energizing vision and agenda for the changes to the position of the Commonwealth Secretary General.
Today the people of #Tonga 🇹🇴 mark the attainment of 52 years of independence! I take this opportunity to wish them a wonderful #EmancipationDay and weekend of positive reflections rolling into Monday's commemoration! #KJSforCSG pic.twitter.com/kUHeF3Vs5O
— Hon. Kamina J Smith (@kaminajsmith) June 3, 2022
Kamina Johnson Smith also visited various African countries where she promoted herself as the deserving candidate for the top position and also met and interacted with political leaders, and received appreciation for her position.
Various countries such as India, Belize, Trinidad and Tobago and the United Kingdom backed the candidature for the position of the Secretary General of the Commonwealth.
Earlier, she also wished Queen Elizabeth on her platinum jubilee and stated, “Several countries in the commonwealth will celebrate the Queen’s #Platinum Jubilee, marking 70 years on the throne. This celebration is a particularly momentous occasion as Queen Elizabeth II is the first British monarch to reach this milestone, making this a historic day. I wish those celebrating to have a joyous and memorable weekend.”
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