T&HD unable to explain erratic Essequibo ferry crossing

– after family’s Christmas charity almost ruined

A Georgetown family with roots in Essequibo, who had made plans to host a party for needy children on the Essequibo Coast on Decem-ber 9, almost had those plans overturned by the capricious operation of the Essequibo ferry.

Though they were able to travel the following day, they have expressed disappointment at the faulty system and the uncharitable and unaccommodating ferry captain, whose actions resulted in over 100 children being kept  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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