Bosai commissions new dust collector
Bosai Minerals Group Guyana Incorporated (BMGG) last Friday commissioned the new dust collector unit it installed at the bauxite mining plant in June.
BMGG invited Prime Minister Samuel Hinds, Minister of Natural Resources and the Environment Robert Persaud, Chinese Ambassador to Guyana Yu Wenzhe, Region Ten Chairman Kuice Sharma Solomon, IMC Chairman Orrin Gordon and PNCR Chairman Basil Williams, who represented APNU and Opposition Leader David Granger, and other stakeholders to mark the investment with a tour of the Bosai Bauxite Plant and a celebratory dinner at the Watooka Club. The invitees also included Head of the Privatisation Unit and NICIL Winston Brassington, CEO of the Linmine Secretariat Horace James, former Region Ten chairman Mortimer Mingo and representatives of the Environmental Protection Agency. At the commissioning, Bosai’s plans for investment of over $100M this year and for the creation of over 500 jobs were restated, while plans to train 150 apprentices this year were announced.
However, the event was not without incident as placard-bearing residents, who learnt that Hinds was at the function, converged at the entrance of the bauxite plant to voice their disapproval. Chants of “Sam Hinds, you are not welcome, get out” and Sam Hinds is a sell out” from protestors including …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.