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Chairman: “We Are The Real Valley Boys”

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The world-famous Valley Boys is now split into two factions: the world-famous Valley Boys and the Valley Boys. Now, the chairman of one of the factions is speaking out.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The drama continues with one of the largest Junkanoo groups in the country. The World Famous Valley Boys is now split into two factions: The World Famous Valley Boys and the Valley Boys. Now, the chairman of one of the factions is speaking out.

The World Famous Valley Boys chairman, Brian Adderley, seeks to set the record straight that there is only one Valley Boys Junkanoo group registered to hit Bay Street this Junkanoo season. His comments come amid a clear divide in the organization, leaving supporters and members uncertain about the group’s future. During June’s Labor Day parade, the division was clear for all to see when two groups rushed under the Valley Boys name.

Adderley says the faction has made defamatory statements toward his leadership team. Despite the stumbling block, Adderley maintains they are ready for Bay and assures sponsors that they are prepared to win. The interim group claims the rupture reflects deep concern about how the Valley Boys had been run over the years, citing a lack of fiscal accountability, avoiding elections, and failing to copyright its symbols.

Today, Adderley says their support base remains strong. He adds the group has more than 350 members.

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