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Daily Archives: March 30, 2015

Who is really Guyana’s President? check the Voters List

Bharrat Jagdeo is still the President of Guyana and Donald Ramotar is merely a politician but they both live at State House, if we are to go by the latest version of Guyana’s voters list. The Revised List of Electors (2015) published on the Guyana Elections Commission’s website also states that Ooma Jagdeo is listed as a resident of State ...

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Fake cops refused bail for eight charges; former soldier accused of escape from police custody

Two bogus cops- arrested at house allegedly with drugs, a gun and ammunition- were Monday charged with several robbery offences. One of them, who is a former soldier, had escaped from police custody while under guard and receiving treatment at the Georgetown Hospital for a gunshot wound he sustained during a recent robbery at PopEye’s, Vlissengen Road, Georgetown. They were ...

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Three die in horrific West Coast Berbice accident

Three persons were killed and several others injured early Monday morning when the vehicle they were in was involved in an accident on the West Coast Berbice, police sources said. They are 22-years old Tommy Thomas of John Street, New Amsterdam and 19-year old Jevon Gregory of Stanleytown, New Amsterdam. One of the dead persons has not yet been identified. ...

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Jagdeo warns US visas will be hard to get if opposition elected

Former president Bharat Jagdeo told a rally in Kitty on Sunday that the opposition parties, if elected into power, will create adverse conditions which will force Guyanese to apply for visas in increasing numbers, thereby forcing the United States (U.S.) Embassy in Guyana to clamp down on visa distribution here. Sunday’s rally marks the official commencement of the party’s election ...

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Africo Selman formally on PPPC ticket

Former A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) Member of Parliament (MP) Africo Selman has formally joined up with the Peoples Progressive Party Civic (PPP/C) and came out swinging against her old party during the party’s Kitty rally on Sunday. Selman, whose resignation from APNU took effect on February 26th, expressed her “sincere gratitude” to the leaders and members of the ...

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Coalition doles out promises to Corentyne

The opposition coalition of A Partnership for a National Unity + Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC) Sunday night promised an increase in Old Age Pensions, an end to piracy of fishermen in Berbice and ensure that the sugar industry remains open. Addressing about 5,000 persons at his home-village of Whim, Corentyne Prime Ministerial Candidate Moses Nagamootoo said in the first 100 ...

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