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African Man Seeks Public Help in Locating His Guyanese Father

A resident of the country of Namibia in Southwest Africa has reached out to this publication to seek the public’s help in uniting him with his Guyanese father whom he has never met in all his life.

According to Mr. Willham Cornelius, his mother had traveled to Guyana in the 1980s for medical studies during which she got into a relationship with his father that led to his conception. However, after his mother returned to Namibia, she lost contact with Willham’s father.

I am looking for my father. His name is Hillman William. He was a resident of Albertown, Georgetown, Guyana, South America. My mother was also studying there, and she did medical studies during the Liberation struggle of Namibia. Her name is Sylvia Abraham, and she went there with Miss Nelao and Mr Kalimba of unknown surnames. They started their studies in 1984 and they came back to Namibia in 1989. Anyone who knows him or his relatives kindly contact me at: +264812043594. Only serious people please.

Mr. Willham Cornelius
Willham and his mother, Sylvia Abraham. Photo Taken in Guyana
A photo of Willham being cradled by Pastor Edward Boyal who served at the Central Assembly of God Church at East and Church Streets in Georgetown in the early 1980s

Team Guyana, South America urges all well meaning Guyanese who are in a position to assist Willham find his father to make contact with him on the WhatsApp number provided above.

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