Luncheon back at work

Head of the Presidential Secretariat, Dr. Roger Luncheon on Tuesday returned to work after being ill and on medical leave for over three months.

Presidential Advisor Gail Teixeira told Stabroek News yesterday that while Luncheon has returned to work his daily workload might be “scaled down” until he is able enough to continue working as per normal.

“He is back out and is working from office…his workload might be scaled down. You know he won’t be doing as he is used to but he had recovered and is okay,” Teixeira said.

She said too that Luncheon missed his weekly engagements with the press and that the possibility is high that next week he may be hosting his first, after his long stay at home.

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