In thinking about how to address the subject, I first considered the most direct approach. I thought to reflect on the findings of the ‘National Development Plan’ to date, and set out some of the priorities of our administration in completing and implementing them.
But this would have been enlightenment without provocation.
The provocation, or rather, the things upon which we might not all agree, will hopefully prove more fertile for discussion and debate.
Ladies and gentlemen: Good morning. Thank you Minister Lloyd for your kind introduction. To all who have worked so hard to make this day happen, I extend my sincere gratitude on behalf of the people of The Bahamas, and on behalf of the generations of students who will reside in and utilize this complex. Today’s […]
Approximately 2,900 of almost 5,000 students enrolled at the University of The Bahamas (UB) are benefitting from the Government’s Tertiary Education Grant Programme initiated last August to increase tuition-free access to tertiary education for qualified Bahamians, said Prime Minister the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis. Of that number, 178 are receiving the additional $500 per […]