BREAKING STORY <<<
Nassau, Bahamas – Bahamas Press has learnt FNM MPs have now received their boundary adjustments and if all goes as planned at least one FNM MP will not have a seat in the upcoming general elections.
The breaking information came only hours ago following a week-long round of meetings by Hubert Ingraham with key FNMs generals across the country. The Prime Minister is preparing for a major FNM convention, and generals are now being organized for the big event.
Information shown to us confirms at least one FNM MP is being axed from the roster.
Sports radio host and MP for Clifton, Kendal Wright, will no longer have a seat in the Parliament when elections are called.
The news we are told has not greeted the MP well as Ingraham is set to cancel the seat.
Friends close to the MP tell us Wright, who some say was to vote against the sale of BTC and join Branville McCartney, could now be making a move on the Parliament’s floor when the House convenes this October.
Our source deep in the FNM also adds, “We are out to win an election, we want to assure the best possible chance for the FNM when the bell is rung. We know in New Providence Clifton offers us the opportunity to retain a seat and collect some more in the west, and we intend to make that happen.”
No word has come from Wright following this breaking news. All attempts to reach the Clifton MP has failed up to press time.