Khouri re-elected as GKF President

The 2018/2020 Executive of the GKF: Bhagwandin Persaud, Bernice Irving, Ivor O’Brien (GOA/Returning Officer), Keith Beaton, Roger Peroune and Amir Khouri.

When the Guyana Karate Federation held their elections during their Biennial General Meeting on Sunday at the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA), Thomas Lands, Amir Khouri was returned to the helm of the organization.

Honourable member of the Guyana Olympic Association, Ivor O’Brian served in the capacity as Returning Officer for the elections which saw Roger Peroune elected as first vice President, Keith Beaton as second vice president, Bernice Irving as Secretary, William Grant as Treasurer and Bhagwandin Persaud as Assistant Secretary/treasurer.

The meeting was attended by members of the various affiliated associations, including, Association do Shotokan Karate Guyana (Y.M.C.A. Dojo), Shotokan Karate-Do of Guyana (Shokoguy) (National Park Dojo), Berbice Shotokan Karate Dojo, National Martial Arts Association, National Shito-Ryu, Karate Association and 3 Ryu Karate Club.

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