FNMs fired by the people of The EXUMAS – PLPs control all nine seats on the Local Government Council

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BREAKING NEWS OUT OF THE EXUMAS!

George Town, EXUMA – News breaking out of the Exumas today sounds like a signal of rejoicing and Change in those islands of Exumas as BP reports the entire council elected in that part of the Bahamas has gone toward the PLP.

The news results in more trouble for the Free National Movement Government, as it appears to be set for defeat in stinging general elections sweep; a wave set to hit the country in favour of the Progressive Liberal Party.

The Christie machine moving on the ground in Exuma. Christie is READY!

Bahamas Press has learnt, residents in the Exumas kicked out of office all FNMs on the local government boards and has elected a PLP to reside as Chief Councilor.

A resident in Staniel Cay told us, “There is no way we in the Southern and Central Bahamas will return an FNM government to power. The nasty, spiteful, wicked treatment towards us on the family islands by the FNM have forced us to register in record numbers, and therefore, to stop the treatment, we are going with the PLP all the way.”

Residents informed BP that for the past month power operations on the islands have became a shameful NAZI act by BEC. In fact over the weekend at the Staniel Cay July 4th weekend, resorts were booked solid, but the power outages by BEC have turned what promised to be a good weekend into a shameful disaster.

“We were booked out all across this community. Hotels, villas you name it was booked right out. The many yachts, which come to our community this weekend have all packed up and left, because the power supply was shut down and the water supply on the islands was turned off for the past two days. Restaurants have lost money, hotels have lost money and the economy is left in a stall. It appears that the FNM is dead-set on destroying this country and we the residents of the Exumas will show them not only the King of Spain has power!”

No comment on the matter has come from officials.

A quiet storm in the local government elections from Grand Bahama in the north to islands in the south now has members of the governing FNM party concerned.

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  1. BP, you missed the point. The Council in Exuma was always predominantly PLP. They worked so hard that they had three PLP’s vying for one seat.The general electorate did not choose the councillors so trying so hard to paint this picture.

  2. BIG BIG UPSET in North Andros local Government election, people are still stunned, BP how come you ain talk that, your agents in ANDROS did not inform you, they falling down on the job big time???

    I await your story!

  3. The Local Government Elections only prove that the PLP were hellbent on being elected so that it appears that they are gaining ground. Here in Exuma the PLP’s who were elected just as the FNM’s spitefully excluded FNM’s from Council despite their ability, based on previous track records, to perform well as Councillors. This will only serve to set the island back to the days of victimization. So while they rejoice PLP’s need to be very careful. By the way, the outcome of the General Election will paint a different picture.

  4. not that local gov’t means anything because if you don’t get what you want you just go to Nassau and get it but why would people from exuma think the PLP could make a difference – the PLP gave them “hurricane” relief duty free for (not sure here) ~8 years tried to get a big development going which failed miserably from lack of Gov’t (pick a party) support and now we have local gov’t tainted with big party politics – big party politics has driven this country down since 1973. Big Party politics will continue the failure of our supposed democracy in the Bahamas.
    It’s Better for Bahamians to treat it like the NBA playoffs – wait until it’s over then go into your closet and pull out the winning teams colours (because you probably have a few teams gear) and swear on your broke mama who’s livin in a shack wit no toilet that you always pulled for the Flint Michigan Tropics…..

  5. @Molly j, aint that the FNM govt. failed to work with the Chiefs an Deputy Chiefs and other council members, it’s bcause the new set of FNM administertor that they put in place after the 2007 G. Election, dont know nothing about LOCAL GOVT., they are only FNM’s buddy.

  6. BKC .. I don’t know where you got your badd info from but Floyd was one of the Biggest PLP’s in Exuma for many many years..

    He Never supported the FNM.. Ever!

  7. I believe any governing party should be concern with reports like this coming from up and down the islands….
    It could very well be the “SIGNS OF THE TIMES”.

  8. Exuma has always had PLP Chief Councillors ever since it’s inception..#fact
    Exumians only vote for who they know in Local Government elections [family, friends, etc..] #fact
    Floyd Armbrister will split the PLP vote in the Next General Elections.. #Fact
    The FNM will win Exuma in the Next General Elections #Fact …
    MOSS HAS NOTHING TO CAMPAIGN ON.. #FACT
    MOSS IS ‘WHUTLESS’#FACT

    If the truth hurts, it’s probably true..
    DEAL WITH IT .. & Suffer In Silence!! I Don’t fly here… I Live Here

    • BP I thought Floyd was FNM/DNA right? That means he should split the FNM votes and the PLP should win hands down right? Correct me if I am wrong.

  9. THE SAME THING HAS HAPPENED IN CENTRAL ABACO DISTRICT.THE CHIEF COUNCILOR AND DEPUTY CHIEF COUNCILOR IS PLP ALSO THE REMAINING SEVEN COUNCILORS THAT SERVE IN CENTRAL ABACO DISRTICT ARE PLP’S.THIS IS A GOOD START FOR A BETTER BAHAMAS WHEN THE PLP IS RETURNED TO OFFICE.THE FNM GOVERNMENT HAD FAILED TO WORK WITH THEIR FNM CHIEF COUNCILORS,DEPUTY CHIEF COUNCILORS AND COUNCILORS ALSO TOWN COMMITTE MEMBERS.

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