Dear Editor, In this the season of giving gifts, the invading female Santa, who broke security, protocols and the sanctity of the hallowed Chamber to give the Opposition Leader the gift of a dictionary was indeed selective in her gift-giving.
Dear Editor, I think the government mishandled this matter involving the monies received from ExxonMobil which were deposited at the Bank of Guyana.
Dear Editor, The current news swirling around the ExxonMobil signing bonus saga reinforces the important role of accountants and auditors in the anti-corruption effort.
Dear Editor, Not long ago Zimbabwe went to play cricket in Pakistan, in which country international cricket had not been played for perhaps a decade prior to Zimbabwe`s visit.
President Granger must immediately accept responsibility for his government’s deceiving of the public on the signing bonus from ExxonMobil which was transmitted to the administration sometime in 2016.
Dear Editor, We must all express our gratitude and appreciation to my good friend and professional colleague, Mr Christopher Ram, for disclosing that the government was in receipt of a signing bonus of US$20 million from ExxonMobil.
Dear Editor, If there was any doubt in the minds of the people of Guyana about where the country is and where it is headed, look no further than Saturday’s headlines of the self-proclaimed “The Nation’s Newspaper”, the Chronicle.
Dear Editor, Just when one would have thought that the APNU+AFC coalition could not have sunk lower in the eyes of the Guyanese people, they defy expectations and do just that.
Dear Editor, I am a youth volunteer with the Guyana Responsible Parenthood association (GRPA).
Dear Editor, This is for the benefit of the owner or person entitled to the calf that is being kept at the No 51 Police Station compound.
Dear Editor, The residents of Gordon Street, Kitty, were held hostage for over 1 ½ years.
Nothing illustrates the utter disorganization of the government more than the way the recent lay-offs in the sugar industry were handled.
Dear Editor, Article 127 (1) of the Constitution has featured in the news recently.
Dear Editor, It seems as though ignoring issues affecting Berbicians is becoming an accepted pattern by those in authority.
Dear Editor, After reading my own letter published in your column on December 6, within the context of the unfolding news of sugar workers being sent home, I could not stop tears coming to my eyes as I remembered my own sojourn with unemployment in Guyana for about three years after I left the central bank.
Dear Editor, In recent times the social sciences have been making a deliberate attempt at encouraging the use of an evidence based approach in responding to social problems.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU) has recognized from a newsroom report entitled ‘Fmr Gov’t Minister touts international relief fund for sugar workers’ that prominent business executive, Mr Ramesh Dookhoo, who was interviewed, is quoted to have said that the sugar unions should “focus a little more on the plight of the workers who have so far been dismissed”.
Dear Editor, I wish to reply to a letter captioned ‘I had to laugh out loud’ by George N Cave published in the KN edition of November 30, 2017.
Dear Editor, After watching the first Test between West Indies and New Zealand where the West Indies was rolled over by an innings and 67 runs by New Zealand ‒ this might sound controversial ‒ I am convinced that Jason Holder is a poor captain and should be relieved of the captaincy.
In 1991 Anita Hill became a household name when she put forward several disturbing claims of workplace harassment by US Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas.
Dear Editor, The journey to the good life remains an elusive dream for retrenched sugar workers.
Dear Editor, The painting or re-painting of State House in green, the colour of APNU, has raised widespread criticism.