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Sasenarine Singh resigns from AFC

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 20:59 by GxMedia

Sasenarine Singh (Kaieteur News photo)

Outspoken Alliance For Change (AFC) executive member, Sasenarine Singh has resigned from that party, citing “personal reasons” but he appeared to still endorse it.

Singh told AFC General Secretary, David Patterson in the resignation letter dated April 8 that he would re-enter politics after remigrating. Singh gave no indication that he would rejoin the governing Peoples Progressive Party (PPP) because he continued to criticize the existing political system including the way the country is being run.

His resignation came several months after a number of mainly United States-based AFC members resigned and endorsed A Partnership for National Unity (APNU).

Following is the full text of his resignation from the AFC’s Management Committee and the party.

“I hereby tender my resignation from the Alliance for Change with immediate effect for personal reasons.  

I take this opportunity to wish the Alliance for Change successes as it seeks to lead our people out of underdevelopment and away from the politics of nepotism, crony capitalism and pettiness.

I will re-enter active politics in Guyana when the opportunity for remigration to my homeland presents itself, which I hope would be sooner than later.

I would like to thank the leadership of the AFC for its guidance and for having offered me the opportunity to serve the party and the people of Guyana.

Wishing the people of Guyana the courage of convictions to “make the right turn” and to vote out of office the corrupt and immoral politicians who continue to dominate the political landscape of Guyana.