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Date: 17 Aug 17 02:01am
The Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) has received 35, Greg Lloyd Steelers Jersey, 055 applications for new registration and 3, 791 applications for change/correction during the recently concluded third Cycle of Continuous Registration which commenced on March 17, 2012 and ended on June 18, 2012.Applications for the registration transactions were received at the 27 permanent Registration Offices located strategically across all of Guyana’s ten Registration Districts.During the latter half of this registration exercise, a temporary Registration Sub-Office was set up at Better Hope Community Centre (Lower Flat), Better Hope, East Coast Demerara with the primary objective of providing easier access for eligible persons residing between and including Industry and Triumph, East Coast Demerara, to conduct registration transactions.The implementation of the third Cycle of Continuous Registration was supported by the deployment of Mobile Registration Units (MRUs) in a deliberate endeavour targeting eligible persons from far flung riverain and hinterland communities.This part of the exercise is to accommodate those persons who are faced with extreme difficulties in visiting the established Registration Offices that are responsible for their respective communities, because of the lack of reliable and affordable transportation facilities.The staff of the various Registration Offices are currently engaged in verifying the residency status of applicants for registration, this being an integral part of the registration process.  As at Tuesday, June 19, the residency status of 30, 143 applicants had been verified. Failure to verify the residency status of the concerned applicants would result in their applications for registration being put on hold.Consequent upon the completion of the continuing verification activities, and the sequential encoding of the particulars of the applicants i.e. an ongoing exercise as the details of verified applicants are received at the GECOM Secretariat, all of the newly captured fingerprints will be dispatched overseas to be cross matched with the fingerprints of all registrants listed in the National Register of Registrants (NRR) to check for multiple registrations.Subsequently, all of the approved new registrants would be added to the NRR .Thereafter, National Identification Cards would be produced and issued to all of the newly registered persons.Upon completion of the verification of the residency status of the applicants, all of the permanent Registration Offices will routinely treat with applications for replacements in respect of lost or damaged ID cards, as well as in cases where the photographs on ID cards are found to be of poor quality.Uncollected National Identification Cards, which were produced from the 2008 House-to-House Registration exercise onwards, could routinely be uplifted from the respective Registration Offices.
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Date: 17 Aug 17 02:01am
By Michael JordanDead: Royston SeecharranA 23-year-old woman yesterday recounted how strong tides dragged her and a boyfriend out to sea, as they shouted in vain for a bystander to rescue them, during a swimming outing last Sunday that went tragically wrong.Gloria Nedd, of Lot 217 Lamaha Street, was finally hauled to safety by Coast Guard ranks, after miraculously floating for about three hours in the treacherous Atlantic Ocean, in the vicinity of the Kingston seawall.But her boyfriend, 22-year-old Royston Seecharran, of Rosignol, Berbice, drowned a short distance from the Kingston jetty just before the same Coast Guard crew could reach him.Seecharran’s body eventually washed ashore on Wednesday at the Crane, West Coast Demerara foreshore. An autopsy on that day confirmed that he had died from drowning.However, his remains were unidentified at the time, and police were forced to have the corpse buried because of its advanced state of decomposition.Seecharran’s relatives, who had scoured the Kingston area for his body, said that they confirmed his identity yesterday, after police informed them that the corpse bore a tattoo similar to one that was imprinted on the missing man’s hand. However, some of the relatives are upset because the police had failed to inform them when Seecharran’s body was discovered.They are also upset by reports that the Coast Guard ranks who rescued Nedd had aborted their search for Seecharran because they claimed they were low on fuel.CARRIED OUT TO SEA Gloria Nedd recalled that she and Royston Seecharran were swimming in shallow water near the Kingston seawall, at around 14:30 hrs last Sunday, when they were unwittingly pulled into deeper water by the tide.   “We were swimming in shallow water near (Le Meridien) Pegasus, and then I suddenly start feeling light, but by then we did already reach the jetty, ” she said.“We try to swim back in, Cooper Kupp Jersey, but the water keep drifting us back out. After we start drifting from the jetty, Royston start swimming and trying to pull me, but he couldn’t make it, so I loose he and start drifting out with the water.”Being a poor swimmer, Nedd said, she decided to save her energy and float with the tide. She and Seecharran eventually drifted further apart. Gloria NeddHowever, Seecharran fought against the tide, and relatives believe that he eventually became exhausted.According to Nedd, a man was standing on the jetty, and they began to shout to him for help. The woman said that the man disappeared and she later learned that it was he who contacted the army’s Coast Guard ranks.Meanwhile, Nedd said, the tide carried her more than 30 metres (100 feet) away from the jetty. She recalled swallowing salt water as she battled to stay alive.She estimated that about four hours passed before the Coast Guard vessel located her and the crew hauled her on board. It was only when they began to question Nedd that she realised that Seecharran had not been rescued. “They ask who I was swimming with and I tell them that it is my boyfriend, and they say that he still in the water.”According to her, the crew scoured the water, and one of them suddenly shouted that he had spotted Seecharran. However, before the crew could respond, Seecharran went under and did not come up again.Royston Seecharran’s relatives say that his girlfriend informed them of the tragedy; and from Sunday to Thursday, they began searching for his body.Some of the relatives say that they also sought assistance from the Coast Guard at Ruimveldt in locating Seecharran’s remains, but alleged that the ranks said that they were unable to help.They also contacted the police, who assured them that an all-stations bulletin had been sent out about the mishap.However, on Thursday, they were watching a television newscast when they learnt that the body of an unidentified man, with the words ‘Thug Life” tattooed on one of his hands, had washed up at the Crane foreshore.They then went to the Vreed-en-Hoop Police Station yesterday, only to learn that the corpse had already been buried.However, they confirmed that the body was Seecharran’s after being given a description of the tattoo and the dead man’s swimming trunks.
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Date: 17 Aug 17 02:01am
Linton Allen, 28, of 111 Leopold Street, Georgetown, appeared before acting Chief Magistrate Melissa Robertson on Thursday to face a charge of assault.It is alleged that on Wednesday last, at the Leopold Street, Georgetown address, the accused unlawfully assaulted his sister in-law, Anita Allen, and her husband Leslie Allen, 33, who is the defendant’s brother.He pleaded not guilty to the offence.Both Anita and her husband, Leslie, were also charged, and they both pleaded guilty with explanation.On the day in question, Anita said, she was going to take a bath when the defendant started calling her names. She said she asked him to desist, and he never did.The woman said that an argument ensued. She added that the mother of the defendant’s child, who also lives in the same house, has something against her.“My child mother and my brother’s wife seem to have a ‘rift’ between them. I told them to stop, that they aren’t sounding nice, ” Linton told the court.Anita stated that she and the defendant were arguing when he slapped her, causing her to slap him in return.“He pulled off my towel, leaving me completely naked in the house. My husband confronted him about what he did, and without listening, he (Linton) punched him (husband) in the face.”Linton, in his defence, stated that since the house was left by his now deceased father; there have been family problems all along.He went on to say that Anita started to call him names, and even said bad things about his mother.“I told her that she doesn’t have any teeth, but I never put a finger on that woman. She jumped on me instead, that was when her towel fell off.”Your Worship, all I want is to work hard, buy my land and move out. If my father sees what’s happening between us, he would cry.”He told Magistrate Robertson that he did not want to lead evidence against his brother, Andros Townsend Jersey UK, that he just wanted the matter to end.Anita also stated that she did not want the matter to go to trial; that she would not lead evidence against Linton.Magistrate Robertson placed the three on a bond to keep the peace for two years, and ordered that both Linton and his sister in-law pay $2, 000 each to the court.
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Date: 17 Aug 17 02:00am
A 74-year-old re-migrant from the United States of America is expressing frustration over what he describes as the royal runaround to clear a container of his personal belongings from a local wharf.Haniff Sattaur, who has been living in the United States for the past 24 years, decided that he had had enough of his adopted country and heeded the call to return to his homeland to spend his last days, thinking that all will be well.A frustrated Saheed SattaurHowever he did not cater for the red tape that he is currently facing.Although he has satisfied all the conditions for his remigrant status, his container with personal belongings, including his two vehicles, has been lying at a city wharf for the past three weeks, saddling Sattaur with a US$45 per day storage fee.Sattaur’s son, Saheed, himself a re-migrant, said that for weeks he has been trying to get officials of the Guyana Revenue Authority to process his documents so that the container could be cleared without him having to expend unnecessary money on storage.He said that in addition to the storage costs, he is losing the perishables stored in the container.Saheed, a certified contractor, who was given the power of attorney for his father, said that he had no problems when he re-migrated.“All of us are coming down back to Guyana; all my sisters but if they hear this, they might not want to come. I am a licenced contractor in the United States and I want to set up here. I cleared all my stuff in no time, ” Saheed Sattaur told this newspaper.But the issue with his father is most frustrating.From all appearances the Guyana Revenue Authority officials have reservations over the type of vehicle that the re-migrant wants to bring into Guyana.Kaieteur News has seen documents that the re-migrant is the owner of the popular ‘Hummer’, Kurt Warner Cardinals Jersey, which he shipped to Guyana with the intention of using here.“They asked him, they want to have an interview with him, and ‘oh, you’re seventy-four, you can’t drive a Hummer’. But he has his insurance and the receipt in his name. That is what he has been driving in the US, ” Saheed Sattaur said.He added that despite his father’s age, he has been driving the vehicle in the United States without problems.“In fact the most expensive vehicles in America are driven by elderly people, ” he said.He said that the cost of the vehicle should not be a question for the local authorities since his father presented the legitimate original receipt.Sattaur said that he has spoken to several persons in authority to have the matter resolved but to date all he has been hearing is that the officials have not yet looked at the file.He said that because of the problem, his father is contemplating shipping the items back to America.According to Sattaur, news of this situation will deter potential re-migrants who want to return home and help develop Guyana.“This is wrong. You cannot beg people to come back to Guyana to make it better and then now when you ship your things back home, you get a hard time. Who wants that? Nobody wants that. It’s not fair, ” Sattaur said.Even his cousin, who is a mechanic in Florida, is having second thoughts about returning to Guyana to set up business.“It’s kind of frustrating because my father lived with me and I am planning to sell my home in the US …and bring everything here to Guyana, ” Sattaur told this newspaper.He said that he is willing to pay the taxes required to clear the container and is hoping that officials at the Guyana Revenue Authority would look favourably at his present plight.
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Date: 17 Aug 17 02:00am
A 15-year-old girl is threatening suicide if the law takes its course against her 23-year-old lover who impregnated her.The girl, who hails from the Amerindian mission of Moraikobai, is five months pregnant.She was rescued from a house at Wash Clothes, Mahaicony, and is presently being housed at the Amerindian Hostel in Mahaicony, while her lover is a guest of the police at the Mahaicony Station lock-ups.Police are seeking the advice of the Director of Public Prosecutions on how to proceed with the matter since although the girl has not reached the age of consent, the parents of the teenager and the man have reportedly agreed to the relationship.Having sexual intercourse with a person under aged 16 is a criminal offence in Guyana.Kaieteur News understands that the neighbours of the man had observed the teenager living at the man’s Wash Clothes, Mahaicony residence for a while and tried to contact the authorities since she appeared to be under the age of consent.But their efforts paid little dividends.It was not until they noticed the girl’s stomach rising that they moved a step further and contacted the police.When the police arrived they found the teenager living in the house with the 23-year old man.They were both taken to the Mahaicony Station where they were questioned.Police learnt that the teenager comes from an impoverished household and her mother reportedly cannot afford to send her to school regularly.Initially, John Ross Jersey, the girl told police that she was 17 years old but later recanted and gave her true age when pressured by investigators.The male suspect in his defence claimed that the girl had fooled him and his parents, too, claiming that she was 17 years old.However, police believe that he and his parents were fully aware that the teenager was attending school when they took her into their home.Officials at the Mahaicony Amerindian Hostel are keeping a close eye on the teen and are constantly monitoring the progress of her pregnancy.Only last week, a 12-year-old gave birth to a baby boy, after she was reportedly raped by her stepfather. The stepfather is presently in custody.
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