This illustrates an important misconception: BODMAS doesn't work in the way you think it does.
In training for mathematics education, we were told to avoid using BODMAS because it's confusing to most people... nonetheless teachers often use it at a low level of education because it's convenient.
Other people may use PEMDAS, which may illustrate to you that the order of M and D is not strict (nor is the order of A and S).
A clear way to consider the situation is to split the expression into separate terms, by the location of $+$ and $-$:
$9$ is one term, $-5$ is another term, $+2$ is another term.
We're effectively adding the terms.
So we have $9 + (-5) + 2$.
This avoids any notion of ambiguity.
A question that will generate more controversy is "What is the value of $1/2\pi$?" ;)