We are in control; Don’t worry. This is usually the reply given when one has been given a task and later asked how things are proceeding. The modern version of "No problem".
Patois: Yuh nuh haffi worry, wi hab di ting lack now
English: You don’t have to worry, we are in control now
Although the official language of Jamaica is Standard English, many Jamaicans also speak Patois which is a separate dialect/language. Jamaican Patois (also known as “Patwa”, “Patwah” or “Jamaican Creole”) is the language that is used by most Jamaicans in casual everyday conversations while Standard English is normally reserved for professional environments.
Patois: Lidung pan yuh bak
English: Lay down on your back
Nothing is going on for me / I am not doing anything
Patois: Mi nuh deh pan nutten suh mi deh cum ova
English: Nothing is going on for me so I'm coming over
An expression used to wish good fortune and a good trip on departing travelers.
Patois: Walk good and memba fi call mi wen yuh reach
English: Take care and remember to call me when you have arrived