Nassau, Bahamas –– Bahamas Press bids a much awaited farewell to the WUTLESS Commissioner of Police Reginald Ferguson. Officers are celebrating, Praising and Thanking GOD that the spineless louse along with his brother are finally gone from office.
Readers would remember Mugabe AKA ‘Papa Doc’ fired his brother Johnley Ferguson on Nov. 5th at the FNM Convention. And now we hear the exceptional news that Commissioner Ferguson will be gone on January 4th. We thought it is the second best news for the year coming out of the FNM and the best out of the Gestapo police he heads.
Readers would remember under COP Ferguson the RBPF saw the greatest decline in the morale of officers as Ingraham cherry picked committed men and women in the institution and forced them to retire at the most critical time in our nation’s history. A time when Crime has peeked to its highest levels and violence against officers has become the order of the day. A time when officers are pimp slapping each other right in the ‘High Command’ and when RBPF has became politically polarized! From the beginning we said Reginald Ferguson was a BIG mistake. His leadership was WUTLESS! And today BP is happy to know he will soon be NO MORE as head of the organization.
To him we say, Good Riddance!!
STATEMENT BY RT. HON. HUBERT A. INGRAHAM
PRIME MINISTER on 19 November 2009
PRIME MINISTER: In accordance with the provisions of the new Police Force Act, Commissioner of Police Reginald Ferguson will retire on January 4, 2010. Mr. Ferguson, now 63 years old, will be past the retirement age of 60 stipulated in the new Act.
He has given long, dedicated and honourable service to the Royal Bahamas Police Force and to The Bahamas for more than four decades, having joined the Force in 1965.
He was appointed Commissioner on 16 March, 2009 having acted in the post since 21 November, 2007. In that short time, he has presided over continuing improvements and innovations as the Force continues its service to the Bahamian people in maintaining law and order and facing the severe challenges presented by criminal elements.
On behalf of the Government and people of The Bahamas, I sincerely thank Mr. Ferguson for his long and distinguished service and wish him success in his future endeavours.
The process for the appointment of a new Commissioner of Police in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution, and the new Police Act, will now be initiated and an announcement to that effect will be made in due course.