Minister of Youth and Culture and former Miss Jamaica, Lisa Hanna, was one of those privileged to meet Barack Obama in Jamaica.

Barack Obama wraps his arm around MP Lisa Hanna

Minister of Local Government and Community Development, Noel Arscott; Minister of Youth and Culture, ; Member of Parliament for North Central St Catherine, Natalie Neita Headley; Minister of Health, Dr Fenton Ferguson; Senator KD Knight; Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, Wykeham McNeill; Minister of Justice, Mark Golding and Cabinet Secretary, Ambassador Douglas Saunders.

Lisa Hanna says ‘Mr President Nuff Respect!’

is still vibrating from the brief visit of the first black President of the United States, .

Minister of Youth and Culture and former Miss Jamaica, Lisa Hanna, was one of those privileged to meet Obama.

She shared a snap of herself and some of the other members of the local government posing with Obama in the centre.

“What a privilege it has been…” Hanna captioned the photo.

Lisa Hanna, has taken to Instagram to say a big ‘Greetings from yard’ to President Obama.

“Big Up yuhself Mr. President Nuff Respect!…Welcome to the most courageous American President in my lifetime. With his decisions on Cuba, immigration, health and supporting gay rights…Whatever your belief systems are about his policies… He will go down as one of the best World Leaders of all time…In addition to taking the US economy and stock market to it highest levels. Jamaica welcomes you Sir #trygetlikkleenjoyment#eat2frydumplingfiyuhbreakfast #happy#bigupmrpresident #nuffrespect #barackobama,” Lisa Hanna captioned a photo of US President Obama.

Obama was also greeted at the Norman Manley International Airport by Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller and other lucky dignitaries.

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