The Free National Movement (FNM) officially opened their Bimini headquarters with a rally in the alley on Wednesday.
FNM Leader, the Hon. Michael Pintard was in attendance and addressed the crowd saying, “we’ve come to Bimini not just to open the headquarters but to stand in solidarity with Ricardo Grant because we know he is focused on you.”
In his remarks, FNM standard bearer for the West Grand Bahama and Bimini constituency Bishop Ricardo Grant spoke to his Party’s accomplishments in the area. “Lest they forget that it was the FNMs that ensured that every time we had an opportunity we pressed to make the lives of our citizens better.”
Grant added, “we’re going to press to do all of the various different upgrades. We’re going to push and press for beautification. We’re gonna push and press for the future of our children.” The candidate also spoke about the creation of a remembrance museum, clinic upgrade and returning homecoming to the island.