Jamaica’s Prime Minister Portia Simpson-Miller has in her office at Jamaica House in the region of 15 Ministers, Advisers, Consultants, and Assistants costing Taxpayers around or well over $60 million annually, making her the most expensive Prime Minister in Jamaica’s history.

The Prime Minister, her Ministers and Advisers and Consultants are also the highest paid in Jamaica’s history, despite presiding over an economy in limbo and a nation buckling under the strain of immense poverty with 50% or half of it’s schoolchildren classified as poor.

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Hon. Natalie Neita Headley, Minister without Portfolio in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibility for Sports

SALARY: JA$5.5 million plus allowance of around JA$900,000 per year + Government Vehicle entitlement

Hon. Sandrea Falconer, Minister without Portfolio in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibility for Information

SALARY: JA$5.5 million plus allowance of around JA$900,000 per year + Government Vehicle entitlement

Burchell Whiteman, former General Secretary of the PNP and MP

SALARY: JA$5.5 million plus traveling/ gas money allowance of around JA$800,000