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Five radio personalities are set to ramp up the Coalition for Responsible Taxation's efforts to "awaken" Bahamians to why they should demand a delay to the implementation of value-added tax (VAT) tomorrow, as they join the civic group's push to get 10,000 signatures on its petition.
On what is being termed "Wake Up Wednesday", radio listeners on Hot 91.7, Star FM, Guardian Radio, 100 Jamz, Joy FM, Y98.7 FM and Cool 96 will be encouraged to sign the petition created by the coalition.
To date, just under 2,000 have signed the petition, which states that while the $5 billion national debt must be reduced and responsible fiscal reform considered to reach that goal, not enough time has been given to inform the public about VAT, to consider suitable alternatives, or conduct dynamic financial modelling "suitable to The Bahamas."
It calls for the government to delay, provide data "necessary to make responsible decisions", and engage in private sector consultations before making final decisions.
Robert Myers, co-chairman of the coalition, said: "The intention of this petition signature drive is to put pressure on the government to be responsible with overall fiscal reform. The VAT decision is our most immediate concern. The Bahamas needs to wake up to the implications of VAT and realize the effects it'll have on the consumer and the economy. We need more time to review viable alternatives. We hope to collect a minimum of 10,000 signatures for presentation to the government, to demand a delay on implementing VAT."
'Wake Up Wednesday' is being billed as a day long initiative intended to expose listeners to "the urgent call to action required to delay a government decision on value-added tax."
Recently, Co-chair of the Coalition Gowon Bowe said that the coalition does not support the government doing nothing to address debt levels by July of this year, the intended implementation date for VAT.
He suggested that there are "interim measures", such as a payroll tax, which could and should be implemented by that time in order to begin addressing the government's revenue-raising needs and to demonstrate to international credit rating agencies that the government is committed to turning around the fiscal trajectory, while still allowing for the possibility of a delay in implementing VAT such that there is time to consider alternatives and/or prepare more adequately.
Nassau, Bahamas -
The youthful dynamic rapper Young Magic emerged onto the 242 music in 2010 as his song Shawty Wanna Roll which featured
rapper Bijou sky rocketed to #1 on the Bahama Hot Ones on 100Jamz.
Since then Magic has appeared many shows including appearing on
@ Sunrise twice but as Magic explains he has been working fervently to improve his craft as an artist.
Over the past two years he has done dozens of shows getting
whatever stage he can to improve his stage
Over the pass two
Young Magic spent countless hours in the studio trying
to find a new sound for him
while still developing his existing style. It was through this process that Magic
across a precious gem of a track called...
A MOTHER of three who became unemployed on Christmas Eve was the lucky winner of the latest 100 Jamz Secret Sound promotion.
Brittney Seymour guessed the sound for a prize of $9,900 in cash, just in time for the holidays.
As caller number 17, Ms Seymour had an opportunity to reveal the sound during deejay Reality's show on the evening of Thursday, December 23.
It was then that she solved the mystery - a knife rubbing against the side of a wine glass.
When Reality congratulated her, Ms Seymour was overwhelmed by emotion.
Ms Seymour could be heard on air screaming at the top of her lungs while explaining to those around her the reason for her insanity.
On the way to collect her cheque on Chris ...
The Bahamian songstress' evolving style showcased in latest love ballad...
13 year-old Bahamian, Angelique Sabrina, selected as possible Top 10 Stars of Tomorrow in Sydney, Australia
Saturday 7th March 2015 2:00 PM
The Rotaract Club of East Nassau is having a “jail and bail” fundraiser where 9 people and 1 dog will be locked up as prisoners. All prisoners will have to contact friends to post bail and be released. Bail will be set at $500. All bail proceeds will go towards the community service initiatives of the Rotaract Club of East Nassau. The main goal for this fundraiser is to raise enough funds to purchase a bus for Unity House, the home for the elderly. Date: Saturday, March 7, 2015 Location: Pirates Pub & Grill, King & George Streets Time: 2:00 - 5:00 PM Host: TAP Entertainment provided by: Pupstar Entertainment & Events Prisoners: Greg Lampkin (Star 106) Christopher "JChris" Adderley (Hot 91) Jose Ageeb aka DJ Ho Kahlil Parker Shanae Strachan JJ (100 Jamz) JJ’s dog JLo Gowan Bowe Karen Pinder Daddi Whites (Kiss 96) For additional information SEE FLYER!!!