CSG Patricia Scotland extends wishes on Bahamas’s 50th Independence 

Patricia Scotland: the Secretary General of the Commonwealth extended wishes on the 50th anniversary of the Independence of Bahamas

CSG Patricia Scotland extends wishes on Bahamas's 50th Independence 
CSG Patricia Scotland extends wishes on Bahamas's 50th Independence 

Patricia Scotland: the Secretary General of the Commonwealth extended wishes on the 50th anniversary of the Independence of Bahamas. She also visited the Country and shared glimpses of the celebration.

CSG Patricia Scotland took to Facebook and expressed pleasure to be in the Bahamas. She said, “Delighted to be in the Bahamas for the 50th anniversary of its independence, which will also mark 50 years since it joined the Commonwealth.” 

She said that the Commonwealth is proud to have the Bahamas as an influential force within our Commonwealth family. It’ll always have a trusted friend in The Commonwealth.” 

Bahamas- a Caribbean island nation, has been celebrating the 50th anniversary of its Independence. The Bahamian Flag is hoisted for a 50th time on Clifford Park in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of The Bahamas’ Independence.

National Flag Day in The Bahamas was celebrated last week, and some of the local staff at Embassy Nassau rocked the aquamarine, gold and black, for the 242. On Friday evening in Nassau, Bahamas, President Kagame attended the 50th Anniversary of Independence Gala hosted by Prime Minister Philip Davis of the Bahamas and Ann Marie Davis.

The Public Affairs and Communications Department of the RBPF co-hosted the 50th Anniversary Pre-Independence Day Beat Retreat on the Bahamas Information Services (BIS) social media platform, including ZNS TV and Radio.

The event was held on July 2nd, 2023, in Rawson Square on Bay Street.

Thousands of Bahamians of all Political divide from around the Country packed the Ballroom at Atlantis to celebrate The Bahama’s 50th…Champagne and wine on tap, steak and Lobster, dancing, socializing, Hubert Minnis had the floor for himself.

Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis did a historical dance with Lady Pindling, who wore the same dress she wore 50 years ago when the Bahamas first became independent under her late husband and father of our Nation, Sir Lynden O. Pindling.

The International guests, Prime Ministers and diplomats all had a ball while taking in our Bahamian culture, and the Hostess with the Mostess, Anastarcia Palacious, did a fabulous job as Mistress of Ceremony. It was an invitation-only event and a night to remember.