Death threats against Prime Minister Phillip “Brave” Davis have prompted a complete investigation, according to Bahamas Police Commissioner Clayton Fernander.
The police commissioner claimed that shortly after noon, two anonymous phone calls were made threatening the prime minister’s life. He was speaking at an emergency press conference.
Officers are pursuing essential leads, and the prime minister is still in “good spirits,” according to Fernander.
Additionally, he begged the people making the calls “to stop now,” warning that the police would not put up with it and would pursue them to the fullest extent of the law.
The prime minister is still anticipated to carry out his regular responsibilities in the interim, but with increased protection.