This week on What the People Say we asked persons: If the president gave you a laptop what would you and your household use it for?
This week we asked the man and woman on the street what they thought of the President’s plan to spend $30 million to provide one laptop per family.
The Guyana Elections Commission had earlier announced that continuous registration would begin on September 6, and had urged persons who had already registered to uplift their identification cards, 7,000 of which have not yet been collected.
Royston Cameron – `I am of the opinion that teenage pregnancy is still an issue in our community.
Interviews by Candace Phillips and photos by Alva Solomon
Annie Seenarine – housewife
`I’m now doing the last set of shopping for the fine items like stationery and shoes.
Photos and interviews by Shabna Ullah and Gaulbert Sutherland
Lewis Punch, cash crop farmer
‘I think farming is developing a little bit more now and we are getting proper drainage and so.
What the people say about…
Interviews and photos
by Candace Phillips
Myron Tucker – student
‘I saw a few new construction models which can be applied to the building industry.
Interviews by Tiffny Rhodius
and photos by Jules Gibson
This week we asked the man and woman in the street if they think men should be granted paternity leave.
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