I would like to see

Wherever we live, there are situations or conditions or attitudes in the society that we come across, or they come across us, that have a negative impact on how we see the place.  Those things are here, like everywhere else, and like everywhere else they’re often in that extensive category of matters that never seem to become rectified.  I’m not going into this naively.  From experience I’ve learned that there is almost zero chance that my wishes will come to pass, but here are some things I would like to see in Guyana.

Anyone who traverses Georgetown knows the high standard of the grounds at the GDF compound at Camp Ayanganna. That sprawling area is an oasis of neatly manicured lawns and hedges, with no disorder or litter anywhere in sight. There are none of the uneven parapets or leaning posts that are common in the landscape almost everywhere else. So here’s my suggestion: the President should identify the group of persons responsible for that Camp Ayanganna oasis,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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