Radio and TV host Lincoln Bain was fired from his job at GEMS radio yesterday after expressing his opinion on the bulldozing of homes by ‘Snake’ Wilson’s Arawak Homes Company.
PLP chairman Bradley Roberts has been slammed for intimidating the PLP party to remain silent on Arawak Homes’ recent demolishings of family homes.
The socio-economic meltdown of The Bahamas has started and will soon take on epidemic proportions if we, as a nation, fail or refuse to acknowledge the same.
You hemmed and hawed and refused to make a clear statement of your party’s position on the matter so that whatever the government decided, you would be free to pounce on it.
No decision has been made yet on whether the opposition Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) will hold a national convention this…
Always in support of criminal activity and government hand-outs, officials of the PLP want the Bahamas government to pay the bail of the nine straw vendors arrested in NYC.
I only have one piece of advice for Mr. Ingraham and that is this: if he decides to put the Bahamian economy and its people in bed with the Chinese Government, please make sure we’re well covered.
Cynthia Pratt has expressed concern that years of having the PLP cultivate a criminal mentality and the party’s slackness towards crime is now taking its toll on Bahamian society.
The Wood family came home Friday to discover that their house had been demolished by Frank ‘snake’ Wilson’s Arawak Homes company.