More work still to be done on Guyana Festival booths

– tourism authority

Communications Officer of the Guyana Tourism Authority (GTA), Chevon Singh has criticized a Stabroek News report on preparations for Friday’s Guyana Festival and says that the booths referred to were only at phase one with two more phases to go.

In her letter yesterday in the Guyana Times but not sent to Stabroek News, Singh said that the entire structure would benefit from “reinforcement works” which she says “will be carried out once the framework has been set and the exhibition spaces allocated.” These works, she said, constitute phase two of the preparation phase. Phase three is to include, among other things, beautification.

She also charged that Stabroek News intentionally sought to misinform the public in the article in …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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