Dear Editor, The Guyana government has been receiving severe criticism from Guyanese and non-Guyanese alike for the terms and conditions of the agreement executed with Exxon.
Dear Editor, Someone called me at 6.43 on Tuesday last and pointed me to a column titled, ‘I find the GHK Lalls of this world reprehensible’ (KN, April 17).
Dear Editor, Minister of Finance, Winston Jordan during his press conference on Friday, April 13, announced that the economy expanded by only 2.1 per cent, the lowest growth rate in recent times.
Dear Editor, I am totally disturbed by news reports that ranks of the Guyana Police Force in New Amsterdam refused to take seriously a rape report by a 58-year-old Berbice woman and humiliated the victim at the police station.
Dear Editor, I was intrigued when I saw the caption in today’s (April 17) Stabroek News which reads the virtual opposite of the above caption, ie ‘Break and enter suspect gets 18 months for escape from police outpost’.
Dear Editor, I do not know West Indies cricket history as well as I would like to, and I intend to do more to fill the gaps in my knowledge.
By now you must have experienced the roar. Chances are, once you leave your home you will hear it.
Dear Editor, (Out of respect for the office of the President, and because it was critical of the President, I sent the following amended letter to President Granger for any comments he may have had.
Dear Editor, The Ministry of Finance notes with some concern the editorial that appeared in Monday’s SN ‘The invested signing bonus,’ and would like to disarm you of some of the very hasty conclusions that you have arrived at.
Dear Editor, It is good that American Airlines (AA) will operate in Guyana from December and break the stranglehold Caribbean Airways (CAL) has on our necks.
Dear Editor, “Under the law, we can initiate parking meters in Georgetown, and we will.
Dear Editor, Recent articles in the press in relation to the behaviour of law enforcement officers have titillated me to again make another clarion call for the establishment of a Behaviour Science Unit in the Guyana Police Force.
Dear Editor, In my previous letter on what Minister of Finance Winston Jordan can learn from African leaders like President Kagame, I outlined some positive developments on that continent.
Dear Editor, The citizens of Guyana have had over two years to analyze and critically assess the performance of the Granger-led administration.
Dear Editor, The allegations levelled against Region Four’s Enmore/Hope NDC for unaccounted funds following a fund-raising activity (SN, April 15) made shocking reading.
It really ought not to have been this way. Successive political administrations, ignoring their own repetitive articulation of the virtue of safety and health at the workplace, inexplicably failed to practise what they continually preach resulting – by the admission of the present administration – in damage to the health of a still unknown number of workers at the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) to an extent that remains unclear.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Hindu Dharmic Sabha is advertising that they are bringing Atif Aslam for a show in Guyana on May 1st.
Dear Editor, Please allow me to respond to a letter in KN April 11, captioned ‘The green monsters must not be allowed to defile our citizens’.
Dear Editor, The Minister of Finance, Mr Winston Jordan has confirmed this week’s information that both he and I knew since the end of February 2018, ie that the Guyanese economy is in trouble.
Dear Editor, I was most appalled to read a letter written by Mr Julius Williams published in the Guyana Chronicle on April 14, under the headline ‘Education Ministry should re-tender those bids’.
Dear Editor, I refer to Frederick Kissoon’s letter published in Stabroek News, April 13, under the caption ‘Ogunseye had problems with Roopnaraine’s political culture.’ For the purpose of this letter I am ignoring most of what he wrote in his ongoing attempts to mislead the public and to discredit me.
Dear Editor, This is a continuation of my response to Rohit Kanhai’s very long letter about me (SN, April 13) Mr Kanhai rejected my assertion that he sees himself as the embodiment of Marxism.
Dear Editor, It was the last man standing that just became king for Guyana at Australia’s Commonwealth Games 2018.