Democratic National Alliance (DNA) candidate for MICAL Delano Munroe was charged with stealing $12,891 from the Junior Achievement program last year when he was a program manager.
DNA in Grand Bahama candidates have stirred up some confusion in their decisions to run for the new political party.
Radio talk show host Steve McKinney has fired back at DNA leader Bran McCartney after the latter told the Bahamian public that McKinney was dropped by the party for making unreasonable demands.
The Democratic National Alliance has released a video that allegedly infringes on the rights of a U.S. R&B artist.
Alfred Poitier, the DNA candidate for the Kennedy constituency has dropped out of the election race because his constituency will no longer exist due to boundary cuts.
In a statement made online, Sammi “Starr” Poitier lashed out at the DNA party for comments made about him when they gave reasons for his removal as the candidate for South Beach.
Errington Watkins takes umbrage with Dennis Dame’s article concerning the DNA’s supposed strategy, suggesting that the new party’s intention to disrupt Bahamian politics couldn’t happen. Watkins warns it can.
Two candidates have left the DNA party, allegedly after daring to disagree with the party’s self-appointed maximum leader Bran McCartney.
The DNA is not ready to govern on day one because it expects to fall well short of the new 20-member majority needed for a decisive victory. They are relying on FNM and PLP double agents to pull them through.