Ramnarine seeking legal advice on allegations

Allegations of corruption have been levelled against embattled Assistant Police Commissioner David Ramnarine who was stripped of his Divisional Commander post after he publically questioned the allocation of $90M during last year’s general elections but both the Guyana Police Force and the Miners’ Association say that they are unaware of the claims.

According to a Guyana Chronicle news item in yesterday’s edition, miners Partebo Rosso and Michael Rodrigues are claiming that while Ramnarine was the commander of E&F Division, he demanded millions of dollars in bribes.

They were also quoted as saying that the matter was reported to the now dead former police commissioner Henry Greene but nothing was ever done.

Stabroek News was unable to make contact with the duo.

Contacted yesterday Crime Chief Seelall Persaud said that he was unaware  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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