Letters

November 28 marks a defining moment for Guyanese

Dear Editor, There comes a time in the life of every individual when one is called upon to take a stand, and the choice made decides whether that person is resolved to shed the confines of the familiar but inhibiting and reach out for change, new and perhaps a bit discomfiting but certainly exhilarating and imbued with tremendous possibilities.

Bisram’s letter included only one set of findings

Dear Editor, Vishnu Bisram claims he conducted a poll in late October 2011. Mr Bisram states the following issues were canvassed and questions were asked: (1) how people plan to vote in the November 28 elections; (2) the approval rating for outgoing President Bharrat Jagdeo; and (3) how people rate the performance of the ministers and the achievement of the ministries during the term of the administration.

‘Can’t wait for 11.11.11’

Dear Editor, Digicel came to Guyana in 2007; this service was in the Caribbean before for many years. The Digicel Blackberry service worked, but it was very disappointing when Blackberry Apps was launched and we were slapped with a message that said in this part of the world you cannot get Apps World.

‘The writing is on the wall’

Dear Editor, The National Communications Network (NCN) in New Amsterdam on at least two occasions aired a replay of Moses Nagamootoo’s speech when he condemned Khemraj Ramjattan and the Alliance for Change (AFC) during the 2006 election campaign. 

Hajj visas now issued in Guyana

Dear Editor, I take this opportunity to express profound gratitude and appreciation to our Minister of Foreign Affairs Carolyn Rodrigues-Birkett for initiating and facilitating the bilateral agreement between the Government of Guyana and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for immigration officials from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to visit Georgetown, Guyana during October, 2011 to issue Hajj visas for all Guyanese who will be performing the obligatory Islamic rituals of Hajj in Mecca, Saudi Arabia during November, 2011.

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