Jamaica: Prime Minister Andrew Holness extended greetings to Alex Powell over his well-deserved victory at the FIA Karting event, which took place in Sweden this weekend.
Alex is the first player who belongs to Jamaica to back the FIA Karting trophy and made them to play the national anthem of Jamaica.
While expressing huge pleasure, Prime Minister Andrew Holness noted, “Jamaican, Alex Powell, cruised to a sweet and well-deserved victory at the FIA Karting event, which took place in Sweden this weekend.”
Alex’s victory meant that for the very first time in FIA History, the Jamaican national anthem was played.
Alex continues to make a name for himself and for Jamaica in a sport that is usually dominated by drivers from Scandinavian countries. Prime Minister Andrew Holness extended greetings to Alex Powell and expressed, “We are so proud of you, Alex.”
Alex Powell is a cousin of Jamaican Olympic athlete Asafa Powell. Both brothers have grown up around his father’s rally car and have also watched John’s colleagues Doug Gore, Jeffrey Panton, Gary Gregg, Kyle Gregg, David Summerbell Jr, and Peter Rae.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness expressed huge pleasure in the achievement for Alex Powell and the entire Jamaica.
In addition to that, various other Jamaicans also congratulated Alex Powell and expressed their huge appreciation.
One of the residents expressed, “Good morning to you, Alex and your family; you make your country Jamaica proud we all love you and may God bless and keep you always and continue to give you long life and good health and strength and is richly blessings so you can achieve more blessings and more blessings and more blessings.”
Further another resident also commented,”Jamaicans are so outstanding, I wish leaders would do more to motivate some of the youth because they are here wasting their money and their time with ensure dance because they don’t understand what it means to be a Jamaican”
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