Health ministry dep’t’s move to occupy Camp and Lamaha sts building in limbo after UG council rejects rental

With the University of Guyana (UG) council rejecting a plan to rent the complex at Camp and Lamaha streets, in Georgetown, the plans by one of its intended sub-lessees, the Ministry of Public Health’s Maternal and Child Health Department, to occupy the building now appear to be in limbo.

“The Maternal and Child Health was supposed to move in two or so weeks ago. Everything seemed to be going well then they heard UG didn’t get the permission…,” Public Relations Officer of the Ministry of Public Health, Terrence Esseboom told Stabroek News yesterday.

“There is a deal between the Ministry of Health and the University of Guyana where we would sublease that part… the last update I got from PS [Permanent Secretary] is that they will be going, but when I cannot say,” he added.

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