Davis stops in Rum Cay, Abaco, Grand Bahama and Cat Island in three days of campaigning


Brave Davis walk with young people in Cat Island.

Davis along with young people in the land of the Brave

Bahamas — Cat Island, Rum Cay and San Salvador MP, Philip Brave Davis, stopped at Port Nelson, Rum Cay early Friday morning to meet with his constituents before meeting up with residents in Grand Bahama.

The Deputy Leader of the PLP hosted a special meeting with the community, telling them that the country is set for change towards a PLP government.

PLP deputy leader Philip Brave Davis meet with Rum Cay residents.

On Thursday Mr. Davis joined the PLP candidate for South and Central Abaco, Gary Sawyer, as together they campaigned in Sandypoint.

He assured residents in Abaco that not long from now the great category five hurricane of the people behind the PLP would remove from office the Government of Hubert Ingraham and the FNM.

He added, “Our country is headed in the wrong direction. Bad policies, shortsightedness and a lack of vision by the Free National Movement government have made it bad for Bahamians.

“The FNM doesn’t believe in you or the young people of this country. They have failed our communities and it is time to send them packing.”

Mr. Davis urged residents of Abaco to come home to the PLP as the Party is set form the next Government of The Bahamas.

On Saturday Davis joined groups of young people on Cat Island as he made a campaign stop in his constituency.

Philip Brave Davis in Sandypoint Abaco along with PLP candidate Gray Sawyer.