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HOWARD JOHNSON’S STATEMENT WITHDRAWING AS FNM CANDIDATE SOUTH BEACH

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The following statement was issued by Howard Johnson, discount cialis the FNM Candidate for South Beach on 6 September: 

“Today, viagra usa I informed the Leader of the Free National Movement Dr Hubert Minnis of my official withdrawal from candidacy as the standard bearer for the South Beach constituency in the 2017 general election.

“This withdrawal from active politics is due to personal and private family matters requiring my constant presence and attention.
“Since entering front-line politics in 2012, I’ve had the privilege of meeting and befriending thousands of Bahamians across the archipelago who came to know me and embrace me as ‘Mr Bamboozle’.

“I wish to thank each and every one of you for pouring into my spirit and encouraging and supporting me in my political endeavours. To all of you, black and white, rich and poor, PLP and FNM, Bahamian and foreigner, I am eternally grateful and appreciate you more than words can ever state.

“I also wish to publicly thank FNM Leader Dr Hubert Minnis and his wife Mrs Patricia Minnis for the kindness and assistance they extended to me and my family during my candidacy. I will be forever grateful. Special thanks are also extended to former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham for recognising my talent and pushing me into the forefront of FNM politics.”

“I must also thank the 2017 FNM South Beach campaign team, South Beach residents who welcomed me into their homes, Central and South Eleuthera executives and association for selecting me in 2012 as their standard bearer, the 2012 FNM Central and South Eleuthera campaign team and the 1,326 Central and South Eleuthera voters who supported me in the 2012 general election.”