On Tuesday, January 10, 1967 Bahamians finally realized majority rule in the country - the right of one man, one vote – and fifty years later on the same date, thousands of Bahamians marched again for their rights.
Certain Ministers feel they can contain, discourage and distort the proceedings of the Black Friday March and the zeitgeist surrounding it. They’re calling shots from old and tired playbooks. They’re running lateral passes when the Bahamian people have moved to the spread offense. (Sorry for the football metaphor.)
While thousands of frustrated residents marched on several island throughout The Bahamas on November 25, Abaco residents joined in the protest calling for better performance from the government of the country.
A failure to repair the school over the summer break led to a protest on opening day by concerned parents on Moore’s Island, who kept their children home.