CWC consultant dies in Bahamas
Cable and Wireless Communications(CWC)and LIME said yesterday a company consultant died in The Bahamas.
In a brief statement released through its public relations agent, Diane Phillips and Associates, CWC said it wished to confirm”the sad news that a consultant working with our team in The Bahamas passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on 10 January, 2011. It is believed his death was by natural causes. Our thoughts and condolences are with his family.”
CWC did not reveal the name of the consultant or elaborate on the circumstances surrounding the person’s death. However, police identified the man as Gregory Jordan, 49, of Bermuda and Great Britain.
Police said he arrived in Nassau on January 4 and was scheduled to return to London on February 1.
Around 12:40 p.m. Monday, he was discovered dead in his room at the British Colonial Hilton, according to police, who said they do not suspect foul play.
They are treating the matter as a case of sudden death. An autopsy will be performed.
CWC is working on closing a deal with the Government of The Bahamas to purchase 51 percent of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company(BTC).
As part of its due diligence, numerous company officials and consultants have been in the country visiting BTC.
CEO of LIME David Shaw is scheduled to address the Bahamas Business Outlook Seminar tomorrow.
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