NASSAU, Bahamas (CMC) – The Bahamas National Security Minister Dr Bernard J Nottage says law enforcement officials are hoping for an “early resolution” in their investigations after armed bandits stormed the home of Acting Prime Minister Phillip ‘Brave’ Davis on Monday.
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Guardsman Group Director of Public Relations and Advertising Sheila Benjamin-McNeil (left) talks with Guardsman Limited scholarship recipient Saconda Henry as her dad Anthony Henry proudly listens on. Saconda, who passed her Grade Six Achievement Test exam for Gaynestead High School, was one of 22 children of Guardsman Limited security guards who received scholarships to help with school expenses at a function held at the Guardsman Group head office on August 31. The Guardsman Limited Scholarship Programme has been providing assistance to its employees since 1998.
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