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Hurricane preparations must begin now BAHAMAS

The island of Tortola was seriously damaged during the passage of Hurricane Irma last September.

With the 2018 hurricane season having commenced June 1, Archbishop Patrick Pinder of Nassau called on citizens to never risk being caught unprepared.

Most importantly, he urged all to trust themselves to God’s divine providence, pray that they will be spared the destructive forces of hurricanes and storms, and trust that whatever happens, all shall be well.

“The time to begin our hurricane preparations is right now….This is an annual exercise for us but we cannot stress enough the importance of being prepared whether a hurricane actually makes landfall on our shores or not,” the archbishop said in a June statement on Hurricane Preparation 2018.

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