Month: <span>December 2015</span>
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Better conditions ahead for GPHC – President tours maternity and children’s wards on Christmas Day

  • Posted: December 25, 2015
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Georgetown, Guyana – (December 25, 2015) As Guyana sat down to Christmas morning breakfast, President David Granger and First Lady, Mrs. Sandra Granger visited the maternity and children’s wards at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC). The President, who was also accompanied by Minister of Health, Dr. George Norton and Minister of Social Cohesion, Ms. …

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President pledges $1M to CIOG’s education programmes at Youman Nabi observance – says extremism should have no hold in Guyana

  • Posted: December 24, 2015
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Georgetown, Guyana – (December 24, 2015) President David Granger, in renewing his commitment to ensuring every child in Guyana has access to education, today, pledged $1 million to support the programmes, which are being undertaken by the Central Islamic Organisation of Guyana (CIOG). The President made this pledge during his address to a large gathering …

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David G V commissioned for Upper Pomeroon – President calls for all Guyanese to support ‘Three Bs’ Programme

  • Posted: December 24, 2015
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Georgetown, Guyana – (December 23, 2015) President David Granger’s Boats, Buses and Bicycles or ‘Three Bs’ Programme, today, grew by another school boat, which was donated by Charity Fisherman, Mr. Kumar Lallbachan. President David Granger today commissioned the David V G, a boat donated by Charity fisherman, Mr. Kumar Lallbachan, to the Boats, Buses and …

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President Granger plugs national unity and education as keys to development – as he spread Christmas cheer in Akawini and Friendship in Region Two

  • Posted: December 24, 2015
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Georgetown, Guyana – (December 23, 2015) President David Granger, even as he took Government’s ‘toy drive’ to the Pomeroon in Region Two, told residents of Baracaro and other surrounding villages in the Akawini Creek and at Friendship in the Pomeroon River, that he believes in one Guyana and is focused on fostering deeper national unity …

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Cabinet gives ‘no objections’ to contracts totalling $375,225,580

  • Posted: December 23, 2015
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Minister of State, Mr. Joseph Harmon, today announced that Cabinet has given its ‘no objections’ to 10 contracts valued $375,225,580, in the areas of public health and infrastructure. These contracts will see site development works at the Port Kaituma Hospital in Region One, vaccines and other supplies for the Georgetown hospital, and road and other …

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NICIL’s Brassington, Nadir-Sharma to proceed on immediate leave – as audit reports forwarded to Police Commissioner, SOCU

  • Posted: December 23, 2015
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Georgetown, Guyana – (December 23, 2015) Cabinet has instructed Minister of Finance, Mr. Winston Jordan to send Chief Executive Office of the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL), Mr. Winston Brassington; and Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Mrs. Marcia Nadir-Sharma; on immediate leave, while the audit reports are being forwarded to the police and the …

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Guyana Police Force Band and Joint Services Choir wow President Granger and staff with carolling

  • Posted: December 23, 2015
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Georgetown, Guyana – (December, 22 2015) The Guyana Police Force Band and the Joint Services Choir, under the baton of Director of Music and Culture, Assistant Commissioner Mr. Cecil Bovell, DSM, on Tuesday, serenaded President David Granger, Minister of Indigenous People’s Affairs and Third Vice President, Mr. Sydney Allicock, the members of Cabinet and the …

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Late President Desmond Hoyte ‘is an example of selfless service’ – President Granger says at Remembrance service

  • Posted: December 22, 2015
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Georgetown, Guyana-(December 22, 2015) President David Granger has described Former President Hugh Desmond Hoyte, S.C. as an example of selfless service to the people of Guyana and a man who possessed an acute awareness of the need to change the direction of the country, which verged on the brink of bankruptcy. “Guyana remembers Desmond Hoyte, …

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