What’s next?

Dear Editor, From misjudgment to misled…to a senior moment….what’s next? The fundamental question is can the tangled web be unravelled?

Police file for trial of attorney is available

Dear Editor, The Guyana Police Force is responding to an article in the Stabroek News under the caption `Missing case file delays trial of attorney over death of pedestrian’ on page 13, dated Wednesday November 1, 2017.

No desire by this gov’t for national unity, constitutionality

Dear Editor, A former US Judge and Religious leader, Dallin H. Oaks said: “Desires dictate our priorities, priorities shape our choices, and choices determine our actions.” The Coalition Government is fast approaching the median of its term in office.

David’s call for young people to participate in civil discourse is even more relevant today

Dear Editor, This week as we observe the 9th anniversary of the passing of the founder of Stabroek News, David de Caires and after reading the contemplation of Doreen de Caires on what action he would have advocated today if he was still with us, I reflected on my own experience with David and remembered him telling me as a 24-year-old University of Guyana student, after I had congratulated him on the brilliantly written Stabroek News’ editorials, that he could not take full credit for all the editorials since there was a team of contributing writers  and that I as a young person should get involved in the public discourse and contribute my own views and thoughts on the topical issues of the day. 

Justice Patterson should resign

Dear Editor, I propose the following:Justice Patterson should resign. It is clear that he will not get the support he needs to do the job as Chair of Gecom.

PPP and others are engaging in destructive and divisive politics

Dear Editor, Former President Donald Ramotar is saying `Guyanese of all political views must join the fight to promote integrity in public life’ (SN, 2nd November, 2017) yet he is unprepared to hold himself to the same standard he is asking of the society.

Editorials made Minister Henry appear to be incompetent, uncaring

Dear Editor, I have taken note of Stabroek News’ unhealthy discourse in its Sunday, October 29th, 2017 Editorial `The President and the teachers’ and its Tuesday, October 31st, 2017 Editorial `Testing government’s take-it-or-leave-it-pay negotiating strategy’.

Region Two agri and trade fair was a success

Dear Editor, Social cohesion is alive and well in Region 2. Many patrons visited the recently held trade and agriculture fair at the Anna Regina Community Centre ground.

BA in Mashramani?

Dear Editor, In my frequent trips abroad I usually relieve the boredom of long hours in confined spaces by reading and writing; during my current trip (31/10/17) I have just read the report in the Trinidad Guardian titled: “Sweet Success” which pictorially featured the Graduates of the UWI St Augustine Campus, impressively dressed in the typical Graduation gowns & caps.

Poppy appeal

Dear Editor, The Guyana Veterans Legion will be conducting its Poppy Appeal exercise on Saturday at 8 am, outside the following locations—-Republic Bank (Water Street), Mall (Regent and Camp streets, Demico House (Stabroek), Regent and Bourda streets.

Animal welfare group established

Dear Editor, I write to let you know about a new animal organisation called “Animal Welfare Activists of Guyana”, which was started up by myself, with the help of Syeada Manbodh (well known Animal Rights Activist) on 15th July 2017 with the intention of improving animal welfare standards in Guyana.

Ninth anniversary of David de Caires’ passing

Dear Editor, As I reflect today on the 9th anniversary of the passing of David de Caires, I wonder what action he would have advocated on the way forward if he were still with us today!

Heirs of Cudjoe shall not relent in relation to Kingelly lands

Dear Editor, This letter is being written to inform the public of the unfolding events since my presentation to the Lands Commission of Inquiry (CoI) pertaining to lands at Kingelly, a village bought by my great-great-great-great grandfather Cudjoe McPherson, a man who came from slavery.