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November 07, 2007

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Tumbalena Carter

yes....but when will freeport pick up. I live aboard and would like to move back home, but there are no jobs. What is the Government doing ? What are the Government plans?
I know its bad my family is there.

sabri smith

I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW MYSELF WHEN FRREEPORT WILL PICK UP? BECAUSE IT"S BEEN OVER 7 YEARS MY FATHER HAD TO LEAVE FREEPORT AND FIND ANOTHER JOB THAT WOULD HELPFULLY TAKE CARE OF MY SISLINGS AND I. ALL THE CONTROVERSY WITH THE PORT IS REALLY A LOT OF FOOLISHNESS AND GREED.US BAHAMAINS STRUGGLE EVERY DAY TO MAINTAIN OUR JOB OUR KIDS OUR HOMES AND ESPECIALLY OUR SELVES AND LOOKING AT THE OUT COME FREEPORT STILL ISNT GETTING ANY BETTER. I BELIEVE IN THE NEXT 10 YEARS GOD'S SPARE LIFE THERE WILL ONLY BE MILLIONAIRES LEAVING IN GRAND BAHAMA. BUT I HOPE FOR THE BEST AND BELIEVE THAT ONE DAY THINGS WOULD GET BETTER. GOVERMENT, PORT AUTHORITY PLEASE HELP US BAHAMAINS.

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