No agreement of sale for Sparendaam land

Dear Editor,

I am the Regional Chairman, Regional Democratic Council, Region 10 and my office is situated at Linden Upper Demerara.

Some time on or about August 2010 I received a telephone call from Dr Roger Luncheon, Head of the Presidential Secretariat, who informed me that the Government of Guyana was in the process of allocating house lots at Sparendaam, East Coast Demerara where the radio antennas were located, and that these plots of lands were being allocated to senior government functionaries and Regional Chairmen. He further said that I had been identified as one of the recipients for a house lot and that I would be contacted later as to how the allocation would be made.

I immediately contacted my attorney-at-law on the offer that was made to me by the Head of Presidential Secretariat and he advised that I acknowledge the offer, and wait and see what and how they would proceed with the offer.

Since then I have not heard from the Head Presidential Secretariat or anyone concerning the said plot of land.  I have not signed any agreement or condition of sale, or paid any money for any land at Sparendam, or received any lease, title or transport for that land from the Government of Guyana.  In fact I have never seen the land.

Yours faithfully,
Mortimer Mingo

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