Police on Wednesday destroyed by fire, approximately three acres of cultivated cannabis and a camp at Suribana, Essequibo River, a statement from the police said yesterday.A 20-year-old male of La Parfaite Harmonie, WBD, who was caught tending to the prohibited plants, is in custody pending charge.There were about four thousands plants measuring from one foot to four feet and several nurseries with over five thousand seedlings, on the plot of land.
The wives of Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo and Chairman of Beepat’s Group Roy Beepat, respectively, Sita Nagamootoo (second from left) and Monica Beepat (third from left) along with Minister of Business Dominic Gaskin (right) cutting the ceremonial ribbon declaring the FoodMaxx supermarket opened.
The Deaf Association of Guyana (DAG) recently held it second art competition under the theme “Nature Studies-my Green Guyana” showcasing the creative talent of hearing impaired students, a release from the Department of Public Information (DPI) said.
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