We must be overly concern about nothing, but one must ask the question, how is it in The Bahamas whilst thousands of Bahamians are getting fired and many others are now out of work, all across this country foreign person [some smuggled into the city illegally] continue to get hired on construction sites and on government capital projects (Examples T.G. Glover School and The Milo Butler Highway)?
Your Bahamas Press came across this gang of Asian construction workers as they walked to their apartment on Farrington Road, just a stone’s throw away from the Punch [building below]. All we asked is simply this, how can foreign construction workers continue of find work in The Bahamas, when the president of the construction association Mr. Wrinkle said that things are bad for their industry, and Bahamians construction workers cannot find work? This photo was taken around 6 pm yesterday.