February 3, 2016
Dr Hubert Minnis
Stories this photo appears in:
THE Free National Movement (FNM) will hold elections for chairman of the party in two weeks and a full convention in November, according to party officials.
OPPOSITION Leader Dr Hubert Minnis has called on Prime Minister Perry Christie and Deputy Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis yesterday to repudiate assertions billionaire Peter Nygard made about them in connection with an affidavit recently filed in Court.
ATTORNEY Michael Scott yesterday said Free National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis has been unsuccessful in gaining the financial support of white Bahamians because that demographic has little confidence in his ability to lead the organisation or the country.
FREE National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday said Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner “definitely” has his support as the party’s 2017 general election candidate amid speculation that Fort Charlotte MP Dr Andre Rollins was on that island this weekend reportedly to court party supporters.
FREE National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis said yesterday he saw “nothing substantive” in Commissioner Ellison Greenslade’s policing plan for 2016 and warned that if officers “do not get more aggressive” the crime problem will never change.
FREE National Movement leader Dr Hubert Minnis told supporters last night that at a time when it is easy to get distracted in the “silliness”, “constant bickering and petty airing of our dirty laundry”, FNMs must not lose focus of the real issues now facing the country.