PNCR recommits to Burnham’s ‘One Nation’

Opposition Leader David Granger says that the PNCR remains committed to uniting the country and making Guyana ‘One Nation’ in line with the vision of its founder Forbes Burnham.

In giving the memorial address at the Burnham mausoleum yesterday, Granger recalled the challenges faced by Burnham – the late President of Guyana – on becoming Premier of British Guiana 50 years ago in December 1964.

“Forbes Burnham inherited a land that had been divided by Cheddi Jagan’s … ‘Hurricane of Protest’ – a conflict that caused much hatred, death and destruction. Forbes Burnham led us to peace and freedom 18 months later, on 26th May 1966, under the inspirational national motto – One People, One Nation, One Destiny. We were committed then to  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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