A resident of Lethem, Region 9, Guyana, South America has alleged that a gang of GDF soldiers stationed at Camp Base Kanuku in Lethem has brutally beaten her brother leaving him severely wounded and receiving treatment at the Lethem Regional Hospital.
This publication has received information that a sluice door at Victoria Village, Region 4, has been broken, and the waters of the Atlantic Ocean are presently gushing into the village. Low lying areas, such as farmlands, have already been flooded, and residents are worried that the flood waters will soon climb to higher ground.
Guyana and its Western neighbor, Venezuela, are projected to be the two countries with the fastest economic growths for the year 2022, but Guyana is far ahead of Venezuela in this respect.
The President says that this will not only lend to the beautification of Guyana, but will make citizens happier and more comfortable, stimulate the economy, provide jobs, and increase the net worth of Guyanese citizens in general.
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In the midst of the ongoing Selfie Boss saga and whether he’s innocent or not, we need to keep one point in focus: the death of a young man under questionable circumstances. We must not forget that this is a precious human life, the loss of which must be justified at all cost if possible.
A recently launched Facebook News Agency by the name of “Guyana Newz,” which has all the stripes of a tabloid, has launched a scandalous attack on social media personality and philanthropist, Kelvin Fortune, popularly called “Selfie Boss.” The obscure publication stated that Mr. Fortune drugged and raped a 20-year-old man who later committed suicide due to post traumatic stress disorder.
The dreaded monkeypox virus has already touched down on Guyanese soil infecting a public servant who worked on public transportation. That person is currently in isolation, but it is not clear how many other persons may be infected.
Police ranks investigating a robbery under arms committed on a 48-year-old Roxanne Burnham Gardens man of his motorcar, (a Toyota Allion HD 514) and several other articles, which occurred at Dookie Sand Road, Soesdyke, East Bank Demerara on 2022-08-23, have recovered the said motorcar along with several other stolen vehicles and a 9MM pistol.
Police have said that the car in which the young groom met his death was trying to overtake another car going in the same direction when the fatal accident occurred. The accident occurred around 15:30 hours on Tuesday, August 23rd, 2022, when motor car HC 7356 was proceeding east along the northern carriageway in Bath, West Coast Berbice, Guyana, South America.
The archaic 100 windows house located at No. 19 village is a relic of colonial rule in Guyana, South America. The gigantic structure has been there for perhaps a century, and needless to say, has fascinated the general Guyanese population. Often, travelers and vacationers have stopped to take photos from the road, but many have ventured beyond the gates into the private property to have a close-up view and take more pictures.
The Caribbean Court of Justice, Guyana’s final appellate court, has today, 19th of August, 2022, lost credibility as an independent and impartial instrument of justice when Justice Denys Barrow sent murder convict, Jarvis Small, walking out of the court a free man.
Famed Georgetown businessman and philanthropist, Azzrudin Mohamed, has issued a statement today, 17th of August, 2022, asserting that he and his family are being framed by a business competitor. This theory is plausible since it is a known fact that many Guyanese businesspeople are so narrow-minded that they would try to shut down their competition instead of improving their business and offer a better service.
Senior Detective, Dion Bascom, who made a scathing commentary implicating Mohamed’s Enterprise and the Guyana Police Force in the shooting death of Ricardo Fagundes, has said through his lawyer, Nigel Hughes, that he is holding his ground and will not offer any apology to Mohamed’s Enterprise or well known businessman and philanthropist, Azzrudin Mohamed.
A US Firm is in the process of setting up a US$200 million oil refinery which will double as a Petrochemical Manufacturing Complex in Guyana, South America. It will be located on 492 acres of waterfront land at Plantation York. The project is currently awaiting the greenlight from Guyana’s Environmental Protection Agency.
On the 21st of March, 2021, Ricardo Fagundes, a close contact of infamous former drug kingpin, Roger Khan, was gunned down outside of Palm Court Night Club. At Fagundes funeral ceremony about one week later, Roger Khan said that those bullets were meant for him, and that Fagundes died in his place, asserting that the hitmen mistook Fagundes for him.
Today, 9th of August, 2022, we observe The International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. This is a worldwide occasion, but it is especially pronounced in our homeland of Guyana, South America where we acknowledge that life would not be just as beautiful without our indigenous counterparts.
A Guyanese man, who has reportedly lost his job and was abandoned by his employer after an accident in the USA, is seeking help in returning to his country of birth, Guyana. The man related that he has a home in Rosignol, Berbice, Region 6, and can survive by fishing and farming if he can get back home. In New York, he lives on the streets in dire circumstances.
The family of a 13-year-old girl who reportedly ran away from home last evening, 6th of August, 2022, is appealing to the general public for help in locating her and bringing her back home safely. A close relative of the girl told this publication that she suspects that the teen might have been influenced to run away from home by an 18-year-old male.
Vice Chairman of GUYSUCO, Mr. Anthony Viera, has resigned allegedly because of clashes with the CEO, Sasenarine Singh. The most recent and pronounced disagreement was over the purchase of tractors for the company. Mr. Viera says that he believes that Mr. Singh is not competent enough for the position he holds. This is his story.