By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
PRIME Minister Hubert Ingraham voiced his frustration with the ingratitude of a few CLICO employees who complained of not getting all of the monies they were owed when the insurance agency went into liquidation.
In a passionate address to FNM supporters at their pre-Christmas breakfast in Grand Bahama over the weekend, Mr Ingraham reminded the public and those former CLICO employees the government of the Bahamas was under "no obligation" to pay any of them any money at all.
"I picked up the newspaper this morning and I saw on the front page where a Ms Outten is complaining that she was an employee or agen ...
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