Opinions in letter not those of the company

Dear Editor,

Our attention was drawn to a letter published in the newspapers authored by Mr Nigel Hinds, Auditor and Financial Consultant (‘There was no earthly reason to delay Sleep-In’s casino application process’ SN, Feb 10).

We wish to clarify that the opinions expressed in that letter are not those of our company. We continue to hold Mr Hinds in high professional esteem and he remains our auditor.

However, we were advised by our investors to retain additional professional assistance for the purpose of satisfying the legal requirements for the casino licence for which we have applied.

Yours faithfully,

Clifton Bacchus

Sleepin International Hotel

and Casino Inc  

Comments  

The Wales cane-cutters’ picket was to call on government to pay their severance

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Government has turned its back on those living in Alliance Road, Timehri

Dear Editor, It is my belief that the government has turned its back on residents living in the Alliance area, Timehri, East Bank Demerara.

With the oil money there are new opportunities to fund pro-poor policies

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