June 2022

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Suriname Estimated to Have Over 30 Billion Barrels of Unexplored Oil Reserves (Redirected)

Not too long ago, Guyana, with its miniscule population, was cheering its massive oil discoveries which to date have amounted to more than 11 billion oil equivalent barrels. Guyana, right after the Middle Eastern Oil Giant Kuwait, now boasts the second highest proven oil reserves per capita. But recent discoveries in the tiny Dutch speaking country of Suriname may see it leaving Guyana trailing behind in its dust.

A Guyana Daily News Article Might Have Helped to Trigger Yesterday’s Riots

Although the riots and lootings or Tuesday, 28th of June, 2022 have a much deeper root, an article published by a local news outlet, Guyana Daily News, might have helped to trigger the unrest. According to President Ali, and several other credible sources, Guyana Daily News hastily published an article stating that Quindon Bacchus’ killer was released from custody. They did not bother to verify the authenticity of the information and it turned out to the false or misleading.

Yesterday’s Riots and Looting Had Little to do with Quindon Bacchus

Yesterday, Tuesday, 28th of June, 2022, riot and looting erupted across Guyana by a handful of criminals who claim they were demanding justice for Quindon Bacchus -a 23-year-old man who was allegedly shot by an undercover cop during a sting operation to recover illegal firearms. However, Quindon Bacchus must be turning in his grave if only knew how his name and cause is being vandalized.

GDF’s Captain Kaya Dover Makes History by Swimming Across the Essequibo River in Full Uniform (Redirected)

Guyana Defense Force’s Captain Kaya Dover today, 26th of June, 2022, made history by being the first man to swim across the Essequibo River, a distance of about 3 miles, in complete military uniform. Dover pulled off the daring stunt with his military uniform, including boots, which put an extra pounds on his body, not counting the drag created by the water caught inside the uniform.