Connect with us

National

Residents: Bimini Has Been Neglected

BIMINI, BAHAMAS – As Biminites head to the polls in just a matter of days, some feel greater focus could be placed on the island.

Published

on


Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement

BIMINI, BAHAMAS – As Biminites head to the polls in just a matter of days, some feel greater focus could be placed on the island.

The sudden passing of the late Obie Wilchcombe left the parliamentary seat vacant and now several candidates are vying for the seat.

The candidates include bishop Kingsley Smith for the PLP, Bishop Ricardo Grant for the FNM, Coalition of Independents Leader Lincoln Bain as well as independents Terneille Burrows and Daquan Swain.

Biminites we spoke to say there is much work to be done for whoever is elected.

Residents expressed concern over the dock and the conditions of their roads.

But Cardinal Bain also feels government jobs should be given to native Bimnites.

But not everyone shares the same view. We came across this man who says he’s watched Bimini develop over the years.

He feels residents should stop complaining, adding he believes the island is fine just the way it is.

Trending