Dear Editor, When I read the initial reports of the discontinuation of David Hinds and Lincoln Lewis as columnists in the state-owned Guyana Chronicle newspaper I resisted any public comment on the issue although I was tempted to comment immediately.
Dear Editor, The state embraces and is obligated to abide by this nation’s constitution.
Dear Editor, It was with deep sadness that I learnt of the passing of Dr Harold Drayton.
Dear Editor, I heard a barrage of cuss words which emanated during the course of a picture shown on the National Television Station (NCN) the evening before last.
Dear Editor, There are so many customers who keep complaining about the services being rendered by GTT, but no official of government or the relevant ministry appears to be taking any action to alleviate the sufferings of citizens.
Dear Editor, Mr Winston James applied for one of the new stalls constructed by the Bartica Council.
Dear Editor, For decades, there has been a false dichotomy that has prevailed over Guyanese politics, that is between the two major political parties, the People’s Progressive Party/Civic and the People’s National Congress/Reform (now a major constituent of the APNU+AFC coalition).
Dear Editor, I attended the function hosted by the Ministry of Social Protection to celebrate International Women’s Day.
Dear Editor, Recently I wrote a letter to Stabroek News under the headline ‘Amazon Warriors need aggressive, balanced team to bring home CPL crown’ where I called on Mr Bobby Ramroop to fire Omar Khan as the manager and Roger Harper as the coach of the Warriors team for this year’s CPL.
There is a saying that change is the only constant in the world, but what about when nothing changes?
Dear Editor, In recent times, Guyana has experienced a proliferation of private educational institutions being set up to offer education at all levels.
Dear Editor, I must confess that I find Minister of Business Dominic Gaskin an eminently personable gentleman and doubt that he would deliberately mislead or misrepresent information fed to the public.
Dear Editor, Having heard and seen a number of critical responses to a presentation I made at the Private Sector Commission sponsored Oil and Gas Seminar a week ago, I am of the view that the usual suspects have exhausted the available raw material and that nothing new is likely to be added to their outputs on the matter.
Dear Editor, The media today (March 13) carried two letters side by side; one was forthright in its description of the public servants whose incompetence, aptly described as “asleep at the wheel” resulted in Guyana losing “a significant part of the export basket of fishing products to the US”; the other was a long dilation on management theories using sophisticated language (typical of Churchill calling a spade an agricultural instrument) to describe the various stages of managerial action/inaction in the public service which lead to success or failure in spite of the massive inputs of training provided to the public servants by high-powered local and international training providers.
Dear Editor, We are very supportive of the APNU+AFC coalition government’s thrust to create a ‘Green State’ in Guyana.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU) has noted the contents of an article titled ‘Ex-Rose Hall workers refuse to take up jobs at the estate –SPU accuse union of undermining interests’ which appeared in the March 10 Kaieteur News.
Dear Editor, I thank Mr Harry Hergash for his letter in the media on the passing of Dr Harold Drayton (‘Harold Drayton’s legacy will live on’ SN, March 13).
Dear Editor, A GC report dated March 11, 2018, captioned ‘Mash 2018 hailed a resounding success’ quoted Dr George Norton, Social Cohesion Minister as saying, “Mashramani 2018 surpassed our expectations”, and Mr Christopher Jones, Director of Sports as commenting, “Mash is back and 2018 was it.” With respect to them, it is my opinion that it was under the governance of the PPP/C that the Mash celebrations were some of the most memorable, for many reasons.
The tension for West Indies cricket fans has been mounting very slowly since the International Cricket Conference World Cup qualifiers began in Zimbabwe last week.
Dear Editor, Dr Harold Drayton, the individual who was tasked by then Premier Cheddi Jagan to establish the University of Guyana (UG) in 1963, passed away in the early hours of Sunday morning, March 11, in the United States.
Dear Editor, Reference is made to a letter published in the March 12, 2018 editions of Stabroek News and Kaieteur News, under the headlines, ‘Canal No 1 project causing thick dust’ and ‘Why was it not possible to find a better way to undertake this project?
Dear Editor, The National Forest Action Plan proposed for 2018 reads well as an academic document.