Dear Editor, I wish to address various articles which have been circulating throughout the media and which have included my name as a façade for the personal agendas of others.
Dear Editor, Having read the report ‘Constitutional compliance needed, not reform’ -Nandlall’ (SN, September 22) I must say there is full agreement with the views expressed by PPP/C Member of Parliament Anil Nandlall.
Dear Editor, I believe it is the mandate of any citizen of the land, who expects veracity in the leaders they have chosen, if they are in possession of facts, to expose any politician for duplicitous statements or actions.
Dear Editor, The residents of the Parikwaranau Village located in South-Central Rupununi, Region 9 (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo) are very concerned that a known cattle rancher has taken over and fenced a portion of their titled village lands without their consent.
Dear Editor, Misusing our oil related assets and for that matter any assets will only devour the future of our women, children and underprivileged.
Dear Editor, The frightening thing with police brutality is, like other forms of abuse, it escalates if not confronted and stopped.
Dear Editor, The PPP/C must not be denied its significant positive role in the transformation of education delivery in Amerindian villages and communities across Guyana.
Dear Editor, The Public Procurement Commission (PPC) has been in the news recently.
Dear Editor, I refer to the article ‘CANU Officer charged with threatening to kill neighbours’ published on page 13 of the Stabroek News of Tuesday, September19, 2017, and wish to inform you that Roy Murray resigned from the Customs Anti Narcotic Unit (CANU) on January 4, 2017, thus he is no longer an employee of CANU.
Dear Editor, It was with pleasant surprise that I opened the Kaieteur News edition of Wednesday, 20th September, 2017, and saw an article by Sean Devers ‘Sarwan bats for Foster as BCB Election looms’.
Dear Editor, I had these ethereal experiences the other day in the middle of the day.
Dear Editor, Because of the events happening so quickly around the world, I hasten to ask: Where is our humanity?
Dear Editor, The Mabaruma residents of Region 1(Barima-Waini) are crying out over the extremely bad condition of their roads that urgently need rehabilitation by the Ministry of Public Infrastructure.
Dear Editor, If there is one official attached to the Region Two RDC who needs to offer an apology, it is the Regional Executive Officer (REO) Rupert Hopkinson who is attempting to distract the public about the misuse of a vehicle assigned to me.
Dear Editor, Given the present condition of education practice in Guyana, one would have expected that for the benefit of the Guyanese public, and in an effort to garner fresh ideas on alternatives or the way forward, that some of the activities featured during Education Month would have been devoted to a series of detailed examinations and discussions of some of the critical issues with which the public education system is confronted.
Dear Editor, As Registrar of The University of Guyana, I wish to respond to and clarify a number of issues initially raised in a published article entitled, ‘Guyanese robbed of opportunity to study at Leeds University’ dated September 1, 2017 which was recently recirculated in various social media outlets during the period commencing September 14, 2017 and subjected to comments in letters to the editor, specifically in the Kaieteur News of September 17, 2017.
Dear Editor, Amidst increasing concerns about threats to our forests, wetlands and way of life, we, the Wapichan People of Guyana have set up our own ground-breaking system to defend our human rights and monitor our ancestral lands against harmful development.
Dear Editor, The term ‘caucus’ has now taken on a derogatory connotation, thanks to the People’s Progressive Party, and sadly, this perversion is here to stay.
Dear Editor, Something has got to be rotten in Guyana’s cricket as the people involved in its management seem more interested in settling scores with others whom they view as enemies.
Dear Editor, The use of body language to understand the personalities, motivations, and intentions of individuals has become something of a science in today’s world.
Dear Editor, I am unsurprised by the recent tirades by Minister of Public Security Khemraj Ramjattan, as he made another futile attempt to attack the good name and character of the General Secretary of the People’s Progressive Party and Leader of the Opposition, Cde Bharrat Jagdeo.
Dear Editor, The saga of the VAT on private education has not gone away and will not go away until this government sees the light of day and the unfairness of this imposition of a tax on learning.
Dear Editor, The current legal regime, as contained in the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (Control) Act, against the possession of small amounts of marijuana attempts to prevent a low quantum of harm to society at a very high cost.
Dear Editor, The news item ‘Ramjattan favours raising alcohol buying age to 21’ (SN, September 17) brings the topic of alcohol consumption in Guyana into focus.
Dear Editor, I have noticed that the Regional Chairman of Region Two in your letters’ column denied misuse of the Region’s vehicle assigned to him (‘It is not for the Region Two REO to determine when the Regional Chairman must use his vehicle’ SN, September 18).