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Contribution to the 2021-2022 Budget Debate - Hon. Renward R. Wells, Minister of Health
Jun 18, 2021 - 2:55:18 PM

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CONTRIBUTION to
The 2021/2022 Budget Debate
by
Hon. Renward R. Wells, M.P. Minister of Health
House of Assembly
Nassau, The Bahamas Wednesday, 16th & Thursday 17th June, 2021 at 3:00p.m. and 10:00a.m. respectively

Mr. Speaker,

I rise today in this House in the usual fashion, with thankfulness in my heart, praising HaShem, The Elohim of the Elohim, who has blessed us in the Heavenly place with all spiritual blessing.  He is the Lord of Life, the source of all hope, faith, and love.  May his name forever and forever be praised. 

Mr. Speaker,

He has filled us with faith and hope.  As through the eyes of faith and hope coupled with firm action, I can see the evidence of this COVID-19 Pandemic ending.  For we know that faith without works is dead. (James 2:17)  

I continually put my complete trust, hope and confidence in Almighty God – Yahweh Elohim, to see us through these challenging and ever-changing times.

My Speaker

It is the fuel of love that drives me more than anything, I am filled and buoyed with love for my God and love for my fellow man such that I get up every day to stand steadfast at my job to ensure the optimal level of health and well-being of all persons in The Bahamas. For indeed He has commanded me to not grow weary in well-doing for in due season I will reap a reward if I faint not. (Galatians 6:9).

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Mr. Speaker,

 As we deal with matters of the Spirit. I take this opportunity to send my condolence to the Family of Stephanie Wells, to Cleveland, Baby Ann and Tennyson Wells Jr. on the loss of their dear mother. I offer condolences to the Family of Bishop Benjamin Wenith Davis, to the family of Sir Charles Carter, Senator the late Albury Hanna and the family of Donald Symonette.  

Constituency Matters

Mr. Speaker
I rise also on behalf of the good people of Bamboo Town who have sent me to this place for a second stint to serve their interest. To give value to their voice and to be the voice of their values.  

Mr. Speaker,

Lord willing and I know He is willing, I will be here on that great “getting up morning” when the FNM saints will rise, after the next general election. For the Word declares that “The heart of the King is in the hand of the Lord, as the rivers of water: he turneth it whithersoever he will.” (Proverbs 21:1).   We know, in a democracy,  the people are king, but it is the Lord of Providence who determines the outcome.  So,

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Mr. Speaker, I am thankful to the Good Lord and I am very thankful for my constituents, who have stood by me through thick and thin and showed their unwavering confidence in my ability to represent them in this Honorable place.  

Mr. Speaker,

It remains my honour and esteemed privilege to be their representative.  I have an everlasting love for them and assure them that their confidence will never be misplaced in this member.

Achievements  

Mr. Speaker,

Over the past 4 years since this administration was elected to office, we have been busy with the Bahamian people’s business. Busy about building a more resilient and economically prosperous society ...TO CONTINUE SEE ATTACHED 

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