Why we migrate

One conversation Guyanese living overseas often indulge in is why they migrated, why they live away from their homeland.

Obviously, anyone can list a million reasons for leaving this country: better quality of life, education, honest day’s pay for an honest day’s work, escaping the severe threat to life and limb on the roadways and from criminals.

Underlying all of that, though, people search for a society where they feel inspired to work hard, live honest, strive for excellence. People want to feel they have a fair chance at  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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