Gov’t’s clean-up of city continuing

As a part of the $1 billion invested by the Government to ensure a cleaner Guyana, works are being done in several Georgetown wards. The sum of $500M has been earmarked for the city’s clean-up. This GINA photo shows the weeding the Lamaha Street canal.
As a part of the $1 billion invested by the Government to ensure a cleaner Guyana, works are being done in several Georgetown wards. The sum of $500M has been earmarked for the city’s clean-up. This GINA photo shows the weeding the Lamaha Street canal.

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