Tourism ministry wants private sector to adopt parts of city

As it eyes a surge in the number of tourists coming here, the Ministry of Tourism (MoT) says it will try to have the private sector adopt parts of the capital city and clean up the filth.

“The city has been a source of embarrassment for the government and people of Guyana …the management of the city has been atrocious. We are looking to have members of the private sector sponsoring or adopting sections of the city, in the medium term, to bring it to a level of respect and cleanliness while the city resolves the management crisis,” …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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