Nassau, Bahamas — While Branville was invisible at the Free National Movement Rally last night, ZNS’ quick editing could not save the shot, which showed the ‘NO SHOW’ MP for Bamboo Town, and that just a hint for another story.
BP is advised MP for Blue Hills, Sidney Collie, the newly appointed Ambassador will join others in giving up their seat for a younger political juggernauts. We are told playwright and senator, Michael ‘Retard’ Pintard, will replace him in the area.
Residents in the constituency have filed complaint after complaint into the headquarters of the FNM against one-term Collie, and now he will fold up his political tent for good.
Sadly, Collie you would remember was the first MP to be forced to resign in the FNM following victory in 29007. Pressured by PLP political giant and BP’s Giant Slayer, Glenys Hanna-Martin, Collie was sited for having called elections without due and proper notice around the country as the Minister with responsibility for Local Government.
You would remember Collie attempted to hold local government elections in the family islands without notices posted in the prescribed time at local offices. Ingraham said nothing at the time, but Hanna-Martin cited this major “UNDEMOCRATIC” infraction; referring to sections of the law which prohibited the actions of the minister and took she took the government to court. She won! And the rest is forever etched and documented in history.
But this is not all.
Collie by some accounts is the second worst MP according to our meritorious member source deep inside the belly of the FNM. The FNM source said, “It is clear from our assessments in the Blue Hills constituency, Collie had not been pulling his weight and had become the Houdini MP of the FNM; abandoning his constituents like the a disciple who abandoned the Master on his way to the cross. He has been most neglectful and Papa has good and valid reasons to fire him!”
Bahamas Press wishes Collie every success as an Ambassador, as he closes another chapter in his career as an MP.