Do you think Leslie Miller should be reappointed as BEC Chairman next month?

Yes, Mr Miller should be reappointed 80 votes


No, Mr Miller should not be reappointed 163 votes


243 total votes


marrcus 8 years, 9 months ago

If he ain' current on his current, then no way jose!


sansoucireader 8 years, 9 months ago

Shouldn't have been appointed in the first place!


pat242 8 years, 9 months ago

He is the best thing that ever happen to B.E.C.


Sickened 8 years, 9 months ago

BEC staff just so upset that their golden goose has stopped laying golden eggs. The union was too damn greedy and getting too much $ for the staff. Union leaders are just like politician's... too damn selfish. The unions need to balance what is best for staff AND the business. BEC is the people's money and the union and staff shouldn't be so damn greedy!!!!


proudloudandfnm 8 years, 9 months ago

Never should have been appointed in the first place. Fire him and cut his power off until his bill is paid in full. Then look at that time he let his tenant steal power for a night so his tenant "could have a function". And when you're done with the investigation prosecute him (Leslie) for stealing electricity....


Honestman 8 years, 9 months ago

Leslie Miller should not hold any major public office because he has shown by his behaviour in Parliament and his failure to be a responsible citizen (grossly outstanding BEC bill) that he is simply not leadership material. Only in the PLP is incompetence rewarded.


Jase 8 years, 9 months ago

I find it funny that mostly everyone is so upset that Leslie didn't pay his bill (which was eventually paid) and other allegations, etc. But Bahamian people and their selective memory forgot the millions of dollars that BEC workers were taking home in overtime under false pretenses. Work that could've been done during regular work hours were being put off until after hours to collect overtime. Also BEC workers were 'double dipping', collecting a full salary and benefits from NIB and had the audacity to try argue that it was 'ok' to do so. I don't know about y'all but basically reinstating Leslie as chairman would be the lesser of two evils. Either deal with Leslie and his unpaid bills (which are being paid now) of $100,000+ and his 'hard mouth' style which brings results or deal with BEC workers that will eventually continue robbing the Bahamian people of millions of dollars of their hard earned money with overtime, double dipping, and other scandals we have yet to find out.....


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