Nassau, Bahamas - The following is a statement by the Deputy Prime Minister the Hon. Philip Davis made on December 9th:
As has been reported, an armed robbery was committed at my home this morning.
Unfortunately, a member of my security detail did receive minor injuries. We are grateful for his service and wish him a speedy recovery.
I have asked the Police Commissioner to provide the public with frequent updates regarding their ongoing The business of the government continues. Today, I am in the Exumas, as scheduled, with Minister Jerome My wife and I were not harmed during the robbery, thank God. But the number of Bahamians who are the victims of violence does remain unacceptably high.
Fighting crime was a priority for us yesterday, and it is a priority for us today, and it will remain a top priority until all Bahamians are safe.
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