Audio: Diallo Rabain Officially Sworn In As MP

February 12, 2016

Following his victory at the polls in the Constituency 13 Devonshire North Central by-election, Diallo Rabain was officially sworn in as a Member of Parliament in the House of Assembly this morning [Feb 12]. Mr Rabain won the seat with 461 votes, compared to 351 votes for the OBA’s Andrew Simons.

Audio of Mr Rabain being sworn in this morning:

The by-election was prompted by the retirement of PLP MP Glenn Blakeney, who submitted his resignation letter to the Speaker of the House, confirming his retirement effective December 7th.

According to his bio on the PLP website, Mr Rabain was educated at Elliot Primary School, Saltus Grammar School and Florida A&M University, graduating in 1995 with a B.Sc. in Electronic Engineering Tech. He has served on numerous Government and Private Boards, as well as serving as the President of the Bermuda Chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity.

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  1. observing says:

    Congratulations MP Rabain! Wishing you the best with this new chapter!

    • It took b@ll$ to make the comment on the same sex question,

      • Sally says:

        OJ, do you have a problem with same sex marriage? You wouldn’t be a discriminating bigot trying to deny people of their human rights, would you?

  2. SMH says:

    How is it that the speaker allowed him to take his seat without signing the document and taking his oath. Things that make you go hmm