By all accounts, the public is increasingly becoming uneasy with this government and there are some who are demanding a Cabinet shuffle.
Author Archives: Adrian Gibson
Recently, Governor of the Central Bank Wendy Craigg urged the Government to quickly address the issue of unregulated web shop gaming and the associated vulnerabilities presented as a result and, even more, cautioned that this sector in its current state threatened to undermine proposed plans for a Bahamian Credit Bureau.
The College of the Bahamas (COB)—of which I am a proud alumnus—is a sleeping giant, one that has been impregnated with the dreams of thousands of Bahamian youngsters (myself included) and, yet, it has not given birth to its greatest potential.
Princess Margaret Hospital reports that 519 people were shot and stabbed – a stark contrast to the 10 attempted murders recorded by the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) for the same period.
Astoundingly, we refuse to deal with the root causes of many of our social and economic problems here in the Bahamas and, frankly, those root causes are poor parenting, waste, inefficiency, greed and corruption.
So, why is the government attempting to fool the Bahamian people with the hollow announcement on the BTC deal? What the heck did they gain by all this flim-flam, by all this glib, non-achieving hogwash?
Adrian Gibson makes some suggestions for a different kind of shuffle that Perry Christie should make – one that has little to do with the award-winning shuffle the Prime Minister displayed during the Junkanoo parades.
New Providence is rapidly deteriorating into a crime-plagued, filthy and populous township where the spiraling rate of violent crime appears to be only comparable to a pandemic for which there seems to be no wave of immunisation.
The home invasion of the Deputy Prime Minister was representative of a new, embarrassing low as our nation becomes engulfed by a bloating culture of violence…