The despair of lost hope

Hope renews the heart, re-energizes the soul and regenerates one’s optimism to strive for a fruitful life.

This week marks one year since the Guyanese nation felt such a hope. As citizens went to the polls last year November, they harboured hope in their hearts that the national polls would deliver a new future for the nation.

Such hope bore democratic fruit, as we created history with …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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