No more lip service, the time for action is now!

Following Guyana’s eight medal haul (half being gold) at this year’s Flow CARIFTA Games in Curacao, word has spread of a planned motorcade when the athletes return home tomorrow.

One ponders, will the event be the start of a rewarding process for the athletes who created history at the 46th edition of the Games or will the procession of vehicles with honking horns be the highlight of the government and corporate entities recognizing their praiseworthy achievements?

In my humble opinion, a project for the medallists at this year’s games should be …to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In.

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