NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Carl Culmer said the party has ramped up its digital campaign to show the Bahamian people and those who remain critical of the Minnis administration’s record that it has done and continues to do a lot for the electorate.
“We have been selling what the FNM has been doing for quite some time,” he told Eyewitness News.
“A number of persons have been saying that we have done plenty, but we have not been showing it and talking about it. So, we are now letting folks know who have been saying that we haven’t done much for the Bahamian people, to let them [see] exactly what we have done and what we’re doing.”
The FNM has continued to campaign on the COVID-19 pandemic, posing its leader, a doctor, as the right person to continue to lead the nation to a post-COVID era.
The party has also aired a high-quality production ad that underscores the FNM’s free education program and its features.