Day: <span>July 8, 2016</span>

Inquest into allegations made by Barry Dataram completed – Report handed over to Minister of State

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Georgetown, Guyana – (July 8, 2016) Minister of State, Mr. Joseph Harmon, this morning, received the report of the inquiry made into the allegations made against officials of the Customs Anti-Narcotic Unit (CANU) by self-confessed drug lord, Mr. Barry Dataram. The probe was conducted by Brigadier Bruce Lovell, who was appointed by President David Granger, …

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President Granger mourns loss of young lives – Drop-In Centre Fire

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Georgetown, Guyana – (June 8, 2016) President David Granger is deeply saddened to learn of the tragic fire, which took the lives of two young children at the Children’s Drop-in Centre on Hadfield Street in Georgetown on Thursday night. The President mourns the loss life of these children, who will never have the opportunity to …

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Santa Fe’s success could be used as a model by investors looking to invest in Guyana – Barbados PM Stuart and President Granger tour facility

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Georgetown, Guyana – (June 7, 2016) President David Granger and Barbados Prime Minister, Hon. Freundel Stuart, today, visited the Santa Fe Mega Farm located in the North Rupununi, Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo (Region Nine). This thriving agricultural business venture is a major investment by prominent Barbadian investor, Sir Kyffin Simpson in Guyana’s agriculture sector. The President …

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Jamaica and Guyana explore strengthened trade relations and security cooperation

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Georgetown, Guyana – (July 7, 2016) President David Granger and Prime Minister Andrew Holness of Jamaica, this afternoon, sat down for bilateral talks at the Pegasus Hotel, to discuss the strengthening of trade relations in the areas of agriculture, manufacturing and tourism and deepened cooperation in defence and security. Prime Minister Holness, who attended his …

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