Granger wouldn’t like to hear what the people say

Dear Editor,

Is the President aware, as he certainly should be, that the vast majority of the people in Guyana are fed up with his discredited policies? If he cares to walk down Regent Street or visit one of the markets and talk to any ordinary man or woman, which I very much doubt he has done for a long time, he will be properly updated with reality rather than staying in State House.  If he listened to the people, he wouldn’t like to hear what they had to say about his government’s performance.

As Guyanese line up for the homestretch to 2020, those politicians like Mr Granger who continue to hide from the people, will be chastised at the polls.  As a litmus test to that rebuke, all we have to do is observe the results from the local government polls.

Yours faithfully,

Sasenarine Singh


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

Dear Editor, Yesterday (February 21), scores of cane-cutters of Wales Estate which has been closed for fourteen months took part in a picketing exercise outside of the Ministry of the Presidency and the Ministry of Agriculture.

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

Dear Editor, February 20 is designated by the United Nations as World Day of Social Justice, so this is an opportune time to reflect on the state of human development (or underdevelopment ) in Guyana and the world as a whole.

Pomeroon farmers should follow Roopan Ramotar’s example

Dear Editor, With all the talk about oil money many people would like to see a big portion of it going into agriculture.

Performances at Region Two calypso and chutney competition were impressive

Dear Editor, On Tuesday evening, the Regional Administration Region Two hosted a calypso and chutney competition as part of its many activities in commemorating the country’s 48th Republic Anniversary.

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