â€˜Just Rushâ€™ organizer Peter Adderley (left), now wanted by police, is seen here leaving the House of Assembly on Wednesday, 4th July, with Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham. (file photo)
Nassau, Bahamas: Breaking news now coming into Bahamas Press, confirms that officers of the Royal Bahamas Police Force are in a hot pursuit for ‘Just Rush’ parade organizer Peter Adderley.
Bahamas Press has learned that the parade which took place on July 12th, has left bills still unpaid. Some vendors who offered services during the parade are now confirming that Adderley has left them ‘high and dry’. Bahamas Press is reliably informed that Western Air, the official airline for the parade, was delivered two bounced cheques written by Adderley for transport services during the parade. Adderley wrote cheques in the amounts of $100,000 and another for $39,000 to the airline. However, it was later discovered that the cheques written only had $13 and $18 on the organizer’s account respectively.
Adderley’s ‘Just Rush’ parade promised to deliver some $100,000 in cash prizes to participating junkanoo groups appearing, however no one knows whether junkanooers have yet received any of their prize money. Also the rebroadcast of the Just Rush Parade was cancelled from airing on ZNS TV 13 over the weekend, with the national station only apologizing to its viewers. NO reason was given for the cancellation.
Again, Bahamas Press confirms that police are at this hour, searching for organizer of the JUST RUSH Parade, Peter Adderley.