Komolafe’s Mother Upset Over Daughter’s Reported Detention
The mother of DNA Leader Arinthia Komolafe said she is upset over the purported arrest of her daughter by the Royal Bahamas Police Force.
Jenniffer Brennen said she flew in from Exuma to support her daughter after hearing about the reported arrest.
The big picture
Komolafe and ten leaders and members of her party were asked to report to the Central Police Station at 9:30 am for the alleged unlawful assembly of a protest they held in the front of the House of Assembly three weeks ago.
What her mother said
Standing outside of the station, Brennen told reporters she wants to know who is behind the arrest of her daughter.
“Who is behind it and why?
“Do we no longer have a right? Why wasn’t it done three weeks ago? she asked.
Brennen said she believes Prime Minister Hubert Minnis is trying to silence Komolafe.
“Is Minnis scared of a little woman who will be the next prime minister of this country?
“They are trying to silence her. But what they have done is awaken the awareness of what an evil person he is,” Brennen said.