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generic viagra times;”>Hadn’t heard from him in weeks and months and probably years but he still has fresh thoughts in his mind. We are talking about Cassius Stuart, the once head of his own political party, who vowed never to give up but did and joined the FNM just before the last election and lost and lost badly to Renward Wells, who is now himself an FNM. Strange bedfellows. Mr. Stuart posted this on this Facebook page, essentially telling his leader Hubert Minnis to well you know carry his ass:
After seeing the events of the past week in the press regarding the leadership of my party, I am disgusted and disheartened at the direction in which Dr. Minnis is leading the FNM.
“As a member of the party, I am demanding his immediate resignation as leader. Dr. Minnis has not in any way proven that he can effectively lead the FNM, much less the country.
“If the FNM is to stand a chance in the next elections, a new, dynamic leadership needs to emerge forthwith. The FNM needs a 1992 experience if it is to remain relevant, when a young, (dynamic) leader took the mantle and fired up the troops and (led) them into an overwhelming general election victory,” he said, referring to former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham.
“The FNM needs to restructure its leadership team which will in turn reignite its base and give the organization new life. Reformation must come or the party will die.”