Residents of Mon Repos on the East Coast of Demerara, Guyana, South America has reached out to this publication to air their distress after the fumes from an improperly placed pig pen has become unbearable. The residents say they have complaint to several relevant authorities, including the EPA, but their cries fell on deaf ears. Consequently, the residents have reached out to this publication for help in highlighting their story in the hopes that it will move someone to remedy the matter.
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Residents of the East Coast of Demerara near to Montrose have reached out to this publication to air their distress over the terrible state of a road that people need to traverse on a daily basis. Speaking on behalf of the others, one of the residents sent in the following message to this publication this morning, 15th of July, 2023.
A young Guyanese woman who somehow ended up being trapped in a refugee camp in Syria has reached out this publication for help in raising awareness of her situation with the aim of engaging the government of Guyana and/or any influential Guyanese who is able and willing to help her to return home to Guyana.
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.
A Guyanese man who left Guyana to work in construction in neighboring Trinidad has reached out to this publication for help in returning and resettling in Guyana now that he has hit rock bottom. The man explained to this publication that he left Guyana in the year 2017 to do construction work in Trinidad. However, of recently, he started experiencing financial difficulties as he is not getting work as before.