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Date: 17 May 18 05:28am
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Date: 17 May 18 03:24am
De Pee Pee Pee congress done and Bharrat is de number two man when it come to getting vote fuh de top bracket in de party. Dem boys talk ‘bout all de wrang things he do and dem still got people who don’t care. Dem is de people who help got de country deh way it deh.Dem is de same people who vote fuh Kwame. Now wha message dem sending to de nation bout de party. Donald as General Secretary coulda decide who he want in de leadership. It look like he want Kwame next to he and that is a shame.Rob Earth brother get nuff vote too but he ain’t in de top bracket because somebody push he one side. Odinga didn’t get no vote or he didn’t run. Ash Knee ain’t deh in de mix and Brazzy ain’t deh too. Dem is de people wukking behind de scene.Sam ain’t a party man although he been in de thick and thin of de congress. He ain’t run fuh Central Committee.But something interesting come out. A man talk ‘bout corruption, suh is de first time de party try fuh examine corruption, but dem boys hear that de debate wasn’t too serious. One delegate tell de people that a man got to live, suh de whole country can expect more of de same.Only Donald talk ‘bout Amaila and de people didn’t even understand wha he seh. He ain’t tell dem nutten bout de design and de poor people ain’t even realize that is three design dem advertising, although dem already talk ‘bout de price.And just fuh show how things go, Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping, one man go to de congress and when he go home bandits shoot he in he hand. This man ain’t even know that Brazzy sell he brother de most shares in a company and sign fuh he brother too.But wha dem boys can expect? Is only a congress. De people get con again at de CongressTalk half and watch fuh dem con man.
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Date: 17 May 18 03:23am
– says unable to reach Top Cop while filing complaint Many administrations often do their best to refute those who criticise the way they choose to run their agencies and this country. A favoured excuse is that these critics do not understand the intricacies of the things that they criticise.But who better to highlight the inadequacies of the Guyana Police Force than a former Commissioner of Police, and one of the best detectives that the Guyana Police Force has ever produced.Mr. Henry Fraser, third Commissioner of Police in Guyana spoke to Kaieteur News about an experience that he recently had with the Police Force. Mr. Fraser took the time to point out that in all of the events set out below he never sought any personal favours but was just another citizen who needed the assistance of “his Police Force”.His grievance arose in part from a series of events that saw a matter that could have been finished by a sergeant at the station level within four days-using one man to investigate it to completion-making it all the way to the DPP “for advice”.Mr. Fraser owns a property management firm that administers the homes of Guyanese living abroad.His clients put up their properties for rent to persons and agencies here in Guyana. These tenants are duly screened before a property is rented to them to ensure that there will be as few problems as necessary.The matter starts with a tenant who is in the employ of the American Embassy. According to Mr. Fraser, the man took possession of the property some five years ago. Last year the gentleman indicated that he was building his own home and would have vacated the premises by November. Mr. Fraser said that when the appointed time came for the inspection of property, the tenant began to stall. However, on December 2, his company finally succeeded in carrying out the inspection.According to Mr. Fraser, his employee who normally inspects the properties went to the residence and during the course of his inspection found a pump missing. Mr. Fraser said that he then reported the matter to the Kitty Police Station where he spoke to an Assistant Superintendent named Fowler. He indicated that the Assistant Superintendent contacted a Sergeant at the Campbellville Outpost who dispatched a Constable to investigate the matter.When Mr. Fraser contacted the police at Kitty he had indicated that he was going to make the witnesses available so that they could take all the statements at the same time. It was at this point that Mr. Fraser discovered that, “the fellow who came to investigate the matter had no idea what to ask or what to write.” The Constable proceeded to take Mr. Fraser’s statement but did not request all of the information before he asked for a signature. At this point Mr. Fraser himself, being an ex detective had to point out the additional information that was necessary and subsequently supplied it.The next statement that the Constable took was from the employee who undertook the inspection after which he said that he had enough information and was going to return to the station. Mr. Fraser however had arranged to have one more witness present and told the constable that the person would arrive shortly. The constable left saying that he was “going to grab a bite” and he did not return at the arranged time. Instead he turned up a few hours later with the tenant and the missing pump.At this point Mr. Fraser had to tell the constable that he should have taken the man and the pump to the station and not to his residence. Shortly thereafter, Asst. Superintendent Fowler contacted Mr. Fraser to relate the tenant’s explanation, at which point Mr. Fraser said that he had already reported the matter and would like to see it take its due course.This occurred on December 3, 2010. After that, Mr. Fraser said that every time he called for an update on the matter he was either told that it was incomplete or had not been looked at. The report made its way from the Asst. Superintendent at Kitty to her supervising officer. When Mr. Fraser contacted this gentleman he was told that the matter had been referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions. Up to the time of this report, an incredulous Mr. Fraser has been unsuccessfully seeking to contact the Commander of A-Division Mr. Vyphuis in relation to the matter which he said was just a simple one.Deeply distressed by these events and what is being said about the state of the Guyana Police Force, the Former Commissioner decided that he needed to speak to someone who could perhaps address these matters. He attempted to get in touch with the Commissioner of Police, Henry Greene. According to Mr. Fraser, wholesale soccer jerseys, the first time he called the Commissioner’s Office, he was very particular about what he had to say. He said that he identified himself and indicated that he had “some information” for the Commissioner but he was told that Greene was in a meeting and would call him back. That call never came. He attempted to reach Greene once again two weeks ago and was told, “If you hang up and call back this same number you will get the Commissioner.”Mr. Fraser said that he could not understand why if he was on to the Commissioner’s number at the Commissioner’s Office he needed to hang up and call right back. At this point he said that he gave up in frustration.Mr. Fraser said that he was not trying to become involved in any sort of public controversy but he felt that it was his civic duty to speak out when he saw something wrong, especially with his beloved Police Force. As such he called it a duty to express his feelings about the negligence, wrongdoing and incompetence that he sees in the Force today.Mr. Fraser notes that citizens need to make every effort to maintain law and order which in turn goes a long way to the development of the kind of country that we all look forward to. However, this cannot be done, he goes on to say, if the country cannot maintain law and order. And this is where the Police Force comes in to play.Officers should not be referring simple cases such as his to the DPP. He said that in his experience the case amounted to nothing more than Simple Larceny. He also spoke of the disdain with which Senior Officials treated the people, pointing out that if you turn away a citizen with information, “you lose a customer”. You lose what may have become a friend of the police who may be able to render some unknown assistance to the Force in the future. He also said that any Commissioner of Police who does not respond to a person seeking to give him information, even moreso a person of repute is not fit to be a Commissioner.Mr. Fraser went on to point out however that his criticism is not a blanket meant to cover the entire force. He went on to say that there are those members of the force who are a credit to the body, persons who can be called nothing but good police officers, while there are others who have forgotten that the position is one that calls for integrity and honesty, and do everything with personal gain as their only motivation.
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Date: 17 May 18 03:22am
The Linden Utility Services Co-op Society Limited (LUSCSL) on Friday, Operator Anthony Waldron and the Wood-Mizer LT 15last, commissioned a stationary sawmill Wood-Mizer LT15 and Blade sharpener to the tune of some $3.5 million, at the utility’s offices on Burnham Drive, Wismar.The equipment is expected to help LUSCSL maximize returns from its forestry concession, and is ‘a last-ditch effort’ to ensure that the concession which had hitherto been underutilized, is not seized by the Guyana Forestry Commission.Due to the underutilization of the concession, LUSCSL had reportedly been written to by the Guyana Forestry Commission (GFC), who threatened to repossess the site unless a minimum of some 830 cubic metres of logs were harvested in 2012.With such a prospect looming over them, LUSCSL’s Committee of Management subsequently took the decision to seriously expand the operations of its logging concession, which is situated at 28 Miles, Mabura Road, in an effort to maximize its returns.Operations at the concession, using the Wood-Mizer, are expected to kick start within another week, with the Wood-Mizer’s production limit set at 10, 000 bm by the Guyana Forestry Commission.According to Chairman of LUSCSL, Valerie Patterson, the Committee of Management, recognizing the high demand for logs and wood products, and the fact that LUSCSL owns the concession, took advantage of the unique opportunity presented, as the focus of the utility has been on diversifying and maximizing revenue streams that generate income.With this in mind, the Committee members commissioned a study to create a business plan, for the operation of the concession, which sought to determine the feasibility of the enterprise.An Inventory/forest survey was also undertaken by the GFC to identify what was available in terms of logs, Cheap Jerseys, Patterson added.Subsequent to the preparation and approval of the business plan, which projected that LUSCSL stands to garner over $2 million in profits by the end of 2012, the Committee of Management appointed one of its members, Mortimer Mingo, to play a pivotal role in the operationalizing of the logging concession.Initial investments involved the purchase of the Wood-Mizer and Blade sharpener, a tractor as capital input, and the hiring of staff.After Mingo researched the relevant information, as it related to the appropriate size of equipment to be purchased by LuSCSL, given the allowable rate of harvest, which is approximately 58, 671 bm or 139 cubic metres of logs per month, for the last six months of operation in 2012, it was decided that the Wood-Mizer LT 15 was the best option, according to Patterson.LUSCSL was also mandated to secure the necessary permits, including an environmental one from the EPA, after a site visit, and the securing of a temporary sawmill licence from the GFC, to facilitate the testing of the Wood-Mizer.Tax exemption for the purchase of the Wood-Mizer and tractor was also applied for, and should be received shortly, Patterson added.So far, initial clearing of the campsite, and preparation of the sawmill site has already been undertaken. A facility to house the sawmilling operations and mobile campsite is expected to be completed within a week.LUSCSL is now fully authorized to move straight into production of squares and boards, after the test period for the equipment would have expired on Friday (June 15).Additionally, a tractor valued at some $6.5 million will be added to the society’s fleet of machinery by next Sunday.Chairman Patterson pointed out that LUSCSL’s decision to go into logging on a larger scale will benefit its 4000-plus members who would be granted ‘concessionary’ costs for wood products.“So now, no member will have an excuse not to own their own home – we are making provisions, so that they can do so at reasonable costs.Operator of the Wood-Mizer, Anthony Waldron, who said that he has been working with LUSCSL at their logging concession for the past twelve years utilizing power saws, revealed he was given a two-day training exercise on how to operate the new equipment, by local agents, Farfan and Mendes.
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Date: 17 May 18 03:22am
Finance Committee Chairman, Junior GarrettEven as ranks of the Guyana Police Force are investigating fraud allegations at City Hall, financial irregularities continue to overshadow the body’s operations, Stitched Jerseys, says Finance Committee Chairman, Junior Garrett.The investigations began at the behest of the Minister of Local Government and Regional Development, Ganga Persaud, following revelations of massive irregularities at City Hall compiled in a report prepared by Ramon Gaskin.Three senior officers—Town Clerk Yonette Pluck, Treasurer Andrew Meredith and City Engineer Gregory Erskine— were mired in fraud allegations. The report also pointed to misuse of resources by Mayor Hamilton Green.According to Garrett, the police commenced their investigations last Monday, but blatant breaches of the laws governing City Hall’s operations persist. For instance, the law provides that vouchers must be signed by two members of the Finance Committee before cheques are prepared, but this procedure is being ignored.These cheques and vouchers are prepared and verified by the City Treasurer’s Department, headed by Meredith and Pluck.Garrett said that the presence of these officers at City Hall and the continuity of malpractices have decreased staff morale. He pointed out that it would have been appropriate if the officers were sent on their vacation leave and the laws governing financial procedures are obeyed.“The mere fact that the Minister chose to call in the police to investigate the matter shows that the report reveals criminal element. But, he (Persaud) did not send the officers on leave to facilitate the investigations, ” Garrett said.Though Councillors have the authority to send the officers on vacation leave, they were hoping that Persaud would have taken that decision. Councillors made a public outcry of the Minister’s decision but were grateful that the police are investigating the matter.According to the Auditor General, Deodat Sharma, he is unable to say whether the officers should be sent on leave to facilitate the investigations, since he is not in receipt of the report.It is not unusual in some cases for officers under investigation to remain on duty while the inquiry is ongoing because they are answerable. He opined that they should be removed from their desks for an impartial investigation.
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