The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph yesterday presented the Ministry of Education with a cheque for $3,634,000 for the Children’s Mashramani Parade

 

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The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph yesterday presented the Ministry of Education with a cheque for $3,634,000 for the Children’s Mashramani Parade. Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Education Delma Nedd (second, left) receiving the cheque from Marketing Manager of GT&T Margaret Washington, while others look on. (Photo by Arian Browne)  

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