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Govt Reviewing 150-house Proposal For Abaco

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Prime Minister Philip Davis pledging his administration’s commitment to the reconstruction of Abaco. He revealed his government is reviewing a proposal for 150 homes on the storm-ravaged island.

 



Davis also accused the former administration of neglecting Abaco and making a bad situation worse. Jasmin Brown reports.

The Prime Minister gave an assessment of the situation in Abaco as he gave the keynote address at Bahamas business outlook on Thursday morning.

He insists now that his administration is in office, it will be a government of action as he revealed they are currently reviewing a house-building proposal to build 150 homes.

The Prime Minister added that he wanted to say more but could not until more is revealed about the country’s financial state of affairs.

In opposition, the PLP was highly critical of how the Minnis administration handled the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian.

The party slammed the Minnis-led government over the spending of hurricane relief funds, Dorian deaths and the number of missing as well as the lack of rebuilding of private and public buildings on Grand Bahama And Abaco.

Davis says the fact of the matter is over the last 25 months, there has been little progress on Abaco and even Grand Bahama since monster storm Dorian slammed into those islands and caused widespread devastation

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