Presents from PNCR

Presents from PNCR: The People’s National Congress Reform shared toys and other gifts to scores of children in Georgetown on 23rd December 2012, a release from the party said.
Children from two communities – Ruimveldt and Albouystown – came onto the streets where they were presented with presents.
The release said that PNCR leader, Brigadier David Granger, accompanied by his wife, Sandra Granger and Member of Parliament, Amna Ally, shared the gifts to the children. Granger, in extending greetings to the children and their parents, thanked Guyanese in the Diaspora, especially members of ‘Guyvoice’ – a New-York based NGO and the PNCR’s Florida Chapter for gathering gifts for free distribution.
In photo, David Granger (second from left) plays Santa Claus. His wife Sandra Granger is at left. (PNCR photo)

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