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50th Independence Anniversary Arch is a symbol of nationhood…. President Granger

50th Independence Anniversary Arch is a symbol of nationhood…. President Granger

Georgetown, Guyana – (May 20, 2016) President David Granger, today, committed to ensuring that Georgetown is restored to its former glory and that the capital city will regain its reputation as one of the Caribbean’s most picturesque and pleasant places for residents and visitors, in his address at the unveiling of the 50th Independence Anniversary Arch.

The G$20M Arch was financed wholly by Banks DIH Limited as an Independence anniversary gift to the nation. It was designed by Mr. Vaniar Gutierrez of the Ministry of Public Infrastructure and fabricated by VSH Steel with hot dipped galvanised and welded steel pipes.  Continue reading

WEEKEND KUDOS FOR GUYANESE SPOUSES IN BROOKLYN

WEEKEND KUDOS FOR GUYANESE SPOUSES IN BROOKLYN

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The atmosphere was electric and the presentations terrific as the spouses in the Guyanese Diaspora paid strict attention to the The International Women’s Movement and their can do attitude in New York over the weekend.

Both Ms Sandra Granger, wife of President David Granger and Ms Sita Nagamootoo, wife of Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo were on hand for the annual event held this year at the Glen Terrace in Brooklyn.

This year several Spouses were given awards.  Here are some of the names: Beryl James; Samantha Dow- Hankerson; Kevin Smith; Trevlyn Headley; Kaeli Ferguson; Oswald Bobb; Ewrin Edwards (Flantis).    Continue reading

JUSTICE DECAYED ENVELOPES JUSTICE DELAYED IN GT

JUSTICE DECAYED ENVELOPES JUSTICE DELAYED IN GT

By Waltie Ainsworth

President David Granger and his wife Sandra Granger

President David Granger and his wife Sandra Granger at the Toronto event

Over the September 12th weekend, consensus building artisan and Guyana President, David Granger, illustrated and demonstrated to Toronto based Guyanese and Businessmen that the investment climate is ripe.  He said that Guyanese especially do not have to live there permanently to benefit from investment opportunities they can traverse and use secure technology to manage their investments.

The President also pitched and noted that the justice system had decayed and was very complex to upgrade.  And even though the administration had a handle on crime, there were other platforms that needed just as much action and training – notably cyber security and the judiciary.   (View FaceBook:  Bobby Ramlagan’s photos of the event) Continue reading