Questions continue over why Region Two Deputy REO not allowed to take up post

Questions are still being asked about why Haimraj Hamandeo was not allowed to assume duties as the Deputy Regional Executive Officer (DREO) of Region Two even though the Public Service Commission had appointed him.

The 28-year-old professional is the holder of a Master’s Degree and was granted the position based on his qualifications. He had no choice but to retain his job as the Senior School’ Welfare Officer (SSWO) after he was not allowed to take up the DREO position.

The vacancy arose after the former DREO, Sunil Singh was transferred to another region.

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