Both Ferguson brothers fired by 'Papa Doc' in the same month

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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. johnlee-ferguson

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.

ingraham-in-yellow-parliamentMr. Ferguson worked his way up through the ranks over the years maintaining his integrity and gaining the respect and trust of fellow officers as well as the community.

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.

14 COMMENTS

  1. @Tink we fool
    Your absolutely right no leader has put in place initiatives for BAD DAYS…. But we must remember that this country depends on TOURISM which is a fragile industry….. WHAT WE NEEDS TO BE PREPARING FOR is CUBA ARRIVAL… The reason I say this is… President Obama is removing the red tape for CUBA which would implement more tourist for CUBA. Also Cuba has SPECIALTY Tourism which we dont HAVE… Their specialty tourism is in the MEDICAL field.

  2. @ bahamas youth
    well you may be suprised to know that the money HAI is spending is borrowed and EU grant both partys talk about governance but when its a crisis this is always the modus operandi and note the TIEA was recently signed thats the tax exchange agreement so what has mr ingrahm done seriously and note i said at the begining both party’s get money this way The irony behind this is what FNM idealogues despise most they become I remember when L.O.P was maximum leader is H.A.I not the twin fo`r the other side youll judge P.G.C too harsh ..what monies do we as a people have access to when there is need

  3. We need to become the Change we want to see!!! We all need to voice our issues and stand firm to our beliefs, we all seem to be intimidated by the positions we have elected our MP’s to serve. Have we forgotten the strength in unity!!! We murmur amongst ourselves. Yet stand aside and allow them to do what they want!! We have to become changed in our mindsets and approach with dealing with these issues, instead of tearing ourselves down and fighting against each other, let us band together for the causes of this nation, and call corruption out wherever it shows its ugly face, regardless of political party!! This is our country, We must make the right decisions for our Future and our children’s future!! We can only do this by working together!! Stand Up Bahamas!!

  4. @ronica7
    I beg to differ… Mr. Christie had exactly 5 years in office and there wasnt no economic crisis YET I see Mr. Ingraham doing much more for this country compared to him. Oh yes I would also like to point out that Ingraham made plenty mistakes as prime minister. But I feel most Bahamians Depend on GOVERNMENT to do everything. I feel Mr. Ingraham has done the best job as he couldve done during these economic times but Mr. Ingraham lack innovations. Is it me but didnt the People spoke load and clear May 2007?… Perry Christie and Hubert Ingraham needs to go YES But I rather HUBERT ALEXANDER INGRAHAM during these serious times. All Perry into is TALKIN… NO ACTION… NO NUTTIN!

  5. @ronica7
    Ronica, I have to agree with you especially when I see what he has done to the judicial system.

    Bahamian People please wake up and stop politicizing everything!

  6. Doctor, Doctor, you have me in stitches…bol. But you are right the worst decision Mr. Ingraham ever made was to return as leaderof the FNM, and subsequently Prime Minister. I have said it before, and i will say it again: History, will be very unkind to Mr.Ingraham, he should have left well alone!

    He has shown that he may be able to win an election but he does not know how to govern during a crisis. Simply the best?
    Simply the best COAT-TAIL RIDER!

  7. The country can judge the performance of the now defunct COP and it is less than a D-.In our desperate attempt to cleanup our environment we politicised the Police Force to the point of no return.This foolishmness about term limits of five yrs is unconstitutional and must be rejected.Our founding Fathers entrenched the position of COP in our CONSTITUTION to make it free of political interference now PAPA is trying to find a loophole to make any COP beholden to him.We all see how PAPA has disbanded the Committee that was seeking to control PMinisterial power so that he could make a mess of our whole system.It will not work and Ferguson is the first block of his dictatordhip to fall,thanks be to God.

  8. @Bahamasyouth
    You right, OT gone throw that “Bad news for the PLP” in there, which I don’t think he meant any harm when he said it. From what I know about OT, he has always been very protective when it came to the PLP, but after reading everything he had to say, I got the impression he wanted someone who would not be caught up with petty politics and allow political leaders to use them whether they are PLP or FNM. This one time, I agree with him, we already see what is happened when the COP allow these political parties to manipulate them. It was a disaster and we don’t need a repeat of it.

  9. BP you choose to call our PM ” PAPA-DOC” but I couldn’t resist I think the name that properly suits him is Hubert ” Chemical Ali” Ingraham. This is the only PM in te history of the country who is hell bent on gasing his own people on that Northern Bahamian Island, Abaco….

    Maybe “Chemical Ali” should have ridden on his laurels of his past successes from his reign in 92-02…, his return to the frontlines and office of PM has eternally sealed his legacy as the most “wutless govman” this country has ever seen; record unemployment, record murder rate, record foreclosures, record pedophility, record rapes,record victimization, record corruption in the cabinet, record feeble decision making, record cabinet members, record economic collapse, etc…

    Be it known this 19th day of November 2009, Hubert Alexander Ingraham/Baptiste is hereby called Hubert “Chemical Ali” Ingraham King of spades (ALI HASAN AL- MAJID AL- TIKRITI) RCC MEMBER

  10. @Kim Sands
    I understand you and OT did implied that as well…. however OT made some comments such as “Bad news for the PLP” etc which really means that THE PLP cant have a strong campaign AGAINST National Security. (political games) Thats where me and OT disagreed but I totally agree with OT statements because we need CHANGE in our systems in order to see better service.

    If Greenslade gets the post it would be a total revamp among the police force making more stricter penalties and more initiatives to curve crime. Reginald Ferguson wasnt transparent at all in terms of politics and in terms of enforcing consequences to the bad cops.

  11. I must say that this is good news for the country but not so good for the PLP!!

    On a side note: Now we the tax payers will now have to give Regie full COP’s pension for messing up the police force with his politics!!

    I say bad news for the PLP because if Greenslade is appointed COP, I have no doubt that he will straighten up this country before the next election, hence the PLP won’t be able to play politics with the crime statistics and the PLP would have to find new areas to mount their campaign on!!!

    But I can’t wait to see Greenslade in the chair which will prove my point that the FNM has played politics with the lives of the Bahamian people… It will also show that they could have stopped the bloodletting a long time ago!!! This will show that the FNM cared more about rewarding one of their own rather than saving lives!!!
    I would also say that I think that Marvin Dames would be more of the same as we have now under the current COP!! I watched the program that Jones made with the executive team and Dames sounded like he was politically program just like Regie sounded!!!

    I don’t even know if he and Greenslade would be able to work together!! I honestly feel like they won’t work well together. I feel confident that Greenslade will not allow the political leaders to use him as no yoyo!!!

    I would also say that I think that Marvin Dames would be more of the same as we have now under the current COP!! I watched the program that Jones made with the executive team and Dames sounded like he was politically program just like Regie sounded!!!

    I don’t even know if he and Greenslade would be able to work together!! I honestly feel like they won’t work well together. I feel confident that Greenslade will not allow the political leaders to use him as no yoyo!!

    I would also say that I think that Marvin Dames would be more of the same as we have now under the current COP!! I watched the program that Jones made with the executive team and Dames sounded like he was politically program just like Regie sounded!!!

    I don’t even know if he and Greenslade would be able to work together!! I honestly feel like they won’t work well together. I feel confident that Greenslade will not allow the political leaders to use him as no yoyo!!!
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