On the 3rd of February, 2023, Bahamian Prime Minister Philip Davis received two death threat phone calls. Police Commissioner Clayton Fernander says a full investigation is now underway. During an emergency press conference, the Police Commissioner said two anonymous phone calls were made shortly after midday, threatening the Prime Minister’s life.
“Both calls came in, one right after the other about 15 minutes apart, threatening to kill the nation’s leader Philip Davis,” the Commissioner said. He also pleaded with those responsible for the calls “to stop now”, saying police will not tolerate it and go after them within the full extent of the law.
“Prime Minister Philip Davis has been appraised of the situation and additional security measures have been put in place,” said his Press Secretary Clint Watson.
Who did what?
While Police have been making their investigations about who is behind this, we have an answer for you.
It is the innocent and suffering populace of the Bahamas. They are burdened with an unbudgeted liability of 150 million dollars due to their Prime Minister’s careless attitude. The Bahamian population is also feeling betrayed by their Prime Minister. They are angry that he has not done enough to address the country’s financial situation and his lack of action has led to their suffering.
They feel like they have not been taken seriously. It is a sign of the population’s frustration and desperation that they have resorted to making death threats to the Prime Minister. It is a cry for help and attention from the government and the Prime Minister. The death threats against the Prime Minister are a sign of the people’s desperation and frustration with their current situation.
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The Prime Minister Philip Davis must take this seriously and address the issues that the people are facing. He must also take the necessary measures to ensure the safety of himself and the Bahamian people. The Prime Minister must not forget the plight of the Bahamian people and the need to address their concerns.
These threats are a sign that the Bahamian people have had enough of their Prime Minister. It seems like the Bahamians are following the words of Indian Revolutionary Bhagat Singh, “It takes a loud noise to make the deaf hear”.
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