Mythical Mash draws huge crowd

By Desilon Daniels


Whether they were standing, sitting, or camped out in tents, thousands of Guyanese turned out yesterday to celebrate the country’s 44th Republic Day anniversary celebrations.

The weather was perfect as countless persons gathered from Church Street all the way to the National Park to view the float parade and have a good time with family and friends. No one, regardless of race or religion, it seemed, was left out of the celebrations.

While some bands aimed to impress the multitudes with their designs and creativity,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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