The Customs Anti-Narcotic Unit (CANU) yesterday issued a wanted bulletin for an Albouystown man after a quantity of cocaine and cannabis was discovered in a woman’s suitcase at the Ogle International Airport on Wednesday.
A release identified the man as Mark Mohabir aka “Mark” or “Polo”, age 33 of Cooper Street, Albouystown.
Anyone with information on Mohabir’s whereabouts can contact CANU on 227-3507.
Stabroek News understands that the woman who was scheduled to leave on a LIAT flight to Barbados is expected to be charged tomorrow.
Vamanadev Hiralall, of the privately-run Saraswati Vidya Niketan (SVN), is the country’s top performer at this year’s Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE) after achieving an accumulated 13 grade one and 3 grade two passes.
Twenty-six students in the top one percent of the 12,684 who sat this year’s Caribbean Secondary Education Certification (CSEC) examinations earned 12 or more Grade I passes, with half of them, including the top performer, coming from Queen’s College (QC).
On the second day of the Commission of Inquiry (CoI) into African ancestral lands and other matters, four witnesses made cases for the return of lands they feel they are rightly entitled to, which were either taken by the state or occupied by private owners.
The Chairman of the Triumph Neighbourhood Democratic Council (NDC) yesterday instructed workers employed on a private site, reportedly intended to build a first-floor pool, to cease operations, just two days after residents called on authorities to halt its construction.
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