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By Jerry Roker for Bahamaspress. I guess it is old news now that Bamboo Town and Ft. What I found most interesting is that both men seemed hell-bent on blaming PM Christie for their political demise within the PLP, but lets as examine the facts. It did not take long for him to find himself at odds with his party and in particular the maximum leader himself. It was Tourism Minister the Hon.
Obie Wilchombe who did all the heavy lifting on the web shop regularization. One would have thought that the Chairman of the Gaming Board would have been a very active participant in this process as it is the regulator for gaming in The Bahamas. But this was not to be, and Ft Charlotte ended up being fired from his post. Based on what is in the public domain, one can characterize his termination as being one brought on my his gross insubordination.
It was a termination provoked by cause. During the whole sordid affair, Bamboo Town was given numerous opportunities to step up to the plate like a big man, state his case and assume ownership of his behaviour. It is my view the PM Christie, to his political peril, may be, gave Bamboo Town too much time to step up to the plate and own up to what he had done, but the belligerent young man either ignored or otherwise refused to do so, and had to be fired.
It is only after this matter had dragged on forever, it seems, that he now accepts ownership. Their move to the FNM, was based entirely on their selfish political ambitions. Nothing more, nothing less. In announcing their becoming a part of the FNM, their was no mention of the Opposition leader now being satisfied that Mr. Wells had been vindicated by the appropriate investigating body, or that he was otherwise satisfied that he is a fit and proper person to remain in the Parliament.
As for Fort Charlotte, the victim of a vicious slap from the hands of the former lady deputy leader of the FNM, his case is even more interesting. He accused his now leader, of conflict of interest with respect to a building allegedly owned by the Leader of the Opposition that is rented to the Public Hospital Authority. There is a school of thought that says they could have built one during this period.