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UWI Medical Students call on the PM Minnis
Jan 30, 2019 - 2:51:29 PM

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Nassau, The Bahamas - University of the West Indies medical students shared a light moment with Prime Minister the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert A. Minnis in a courtesy call on January 30, 2019 at Office of the Prime Minister.  Pictured with the Prime Minister are Shanel Adderley, Paige Ambrister, Montez Armbrister, Athena Bain, Philan Bethel, Carlesha Blades, Shaundra Blyden, Ashley Burrows, Jenna Butler, Lonelle Butler, Dae-via Carey, Jacintha Clarke, Nariska Cooper, Cristy Creighton, Simone Dames, Gary Deal-Laroda, Rashanda Deveaux, Kezia Dillett, Tai Dorsett, Dominic Duncombe, Celeste Gray, Nicolette Greenslade, Andrille Hillhouse, Chana Imlach, Yasmine Ingraham, Colton Jones, Tonya Lewis, Tia Mackey, Gabrielle McKinney, Cito Moore, Ariana Neely, Randia Oliver, Kezia Rolle, Jay Sargent, Vestra Sears, Avoni Seymour, Shannon Smith, Destiny Stuart, Rasheika Swain, Juanteria Symonette, and Neko Turner.  (BIS Photos/Yontalay Bowe)

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