March 21, 2016
SAVE The Bays chairman Joseph Darville.
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SAVE the Bays Chairman Joseph Darville has made another impassioned plea to Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis for a clean break with the $5.5 billion Oban Energies project, this week insisting Grand Bahama had suffered enough from “unchecked industrial pollution.”
THE government’s continued push of Oban Energies’ $5.5 billion refinery project amidst intense opposition is tantamount to treason, according to Save The Bays Chairman Joseph Darville, who on Friday slammed the move as “sacrilegious” and “demonic.”
SAVE The Bays (STB) has pledged its full support behind the Grand Bahama Environmental Association (GBEA) for the relocation of residents affected by industrial pollution and to raise awareness of its association with health-related illnesses and deaths in Grand Bahama.
SAVE the Bays chairman Joseph Darville has hit back against accusations from some government ministers that the group is seeking to “destabilise” the government, calling the claims “absolutely ludicrous.”