Three years on, Ricky Jainarine’s mom still hopes he will be found

Three years after her husband died and her son, Ricky Jainarine, disappeared following a boat collision on the Essequibo River, Salimoon Rahaman is still trying to pick up the pieces.

“I keep thinking everyday that one day I gon see Ricky,” she told Stabroek News. The last time Rahaman saw her youngest child, he was leaving their Hog Island, Essequibo River home with a neighbour to collect his father,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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