Witness says he was part of BEC bribe deal


AN insurance advisor told a Supreme Court jury yesterday that a former board member at the Bahamas Electricity Corporation struck a deal that allowed him to receive a third of some $600,000 as a paid informant for a French company seeking to obtain the New Providence Expansion Phase Two contract with BEC.

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Minnis calls on MPs to reveal BOB loans

FREE National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday called for all parliamentarians to immediately disclose whether they received any loans from the Bank of the Bahamas (BOB).