Cuban President Fidel Castro paid a five-day visit to Jamaica this week. But the visit?
Cuban President Fidel Castro paid a five-day visit to Jamaica this week. But the visit was boycotted by the opposition, and news of the intended visit was only announced two days beforehand. This, said Jamaican Prime Minister, Michael Manley, was for security reasons. However, the opposition say Prime Manley was using the Castro visit for party political advantages. During his visit President Castro addressed a rally of more than 100,000 Jamaicans on Monday (17 October). A report from Fred Francis of the National Broadcasting Company Incorporated.