Miss Kitty dedicates radio show to Cuban doctors and nurses
The Fluffy Diva Miss Kitty will be dedicating her Nationwide radio show today to Cuban doctors and nurses who are giving of their expertise and time in the fight to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. The segment, set to air from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m., will include Spanish music, attempts to learn Spanish and also vibrant lessons about Cuban culture, food and history.
“As a token of our appreciation, I just wanted to say thank you to the Cuban nurses and doctors coming to Jamaica to help us in this time of crisis. I know that they’re in quarantine, that they must miss their country and their family members as well, because they’ve come here to put their lives on the line to help the Jamaican people. I wanted to welcome them to Jamrock,” Miss Kitty stated.
Miss Kitty will also take the opportunity to highlight the relationship shared between these two Caribbean nations, forged by our late former Prime Minister Michael Manley and the Cuban government.
“Over the years, Cuba has got a bad rap, based on their political structure. Though many do not agree with their political structure, there are other good things, great things about them as a people, and as a nation. [And] now we stand as beneficiaries to the connection,” the radio host said.
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