Guyana Festival booths need more work

The multi-million dollar inaugural Guyana Festival is slated to kick off in just four days but passers-by have expressed concerns about the seemingly flimsy nature of some of the infrastructure to be used to facilitate the event.

Acting on said concerns, Stabroek News visited the Guyana National Stadium tarmac, Providence, East Bank Demerara yesterday morning, where the three-day event will be held, and found the wooden panels to be used to construct booths under what seemed to be the main tent to be dirty and somewhat frail.

The integrity of the booths is also questionable as several of the wooden panels seemed easily displaced. At least three were knocked down, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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