Over the past months several requests have been made and a social media campaign mounted to get the Vice President to remove the animals hide but to no avail.
Ramjattan told Demerara Waves that ther remains that adorn the walls of his office are of “sentimental” value to him.
“That is my personal hide that I had 20 years ago in the chambers of my private practice and there is sentimental attachment,” said Ramjattan.
Asked whether he doesn’t think that having the animal’s hide on his wall is improper, Ramjattan responded in the negative.
“What is the impropriety? What about it is improper? The farmers indicated that it killed five animals and they killed it…I will not be taking it down. Absolutely not,” he stated.