Thursday, April 18, 2024

Jordan no longer with Barbados Today


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Reports reaching THE NATION are that Barbados Today Inc. and Editor-In-Chief Kaymar Jordan have parted ways.

Sources revealed that company chairman, Peter Harris, met with staff minutes ago to reveal Jordan’s contract was not renewed as the company was going in a new direction.

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