Good Fortuin stabbing survivor gets corporate help

Five weeks after Tamika Miller was brutally stabbed 27 times by her husband and narrowly escaped the ordeal, her life is being set back on track thanks to the contributions of three local corporate entities.

Following the publication of Miller’s tragic story, Scotiabank Guyana, Habitat for Humanity Guyana, and Courts Guyana came together to offer  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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