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Date: 22 May 17 01:35pm
After 25 long hours of distress and dismay, through the efforts of ranks attached to the Criminal Investigation Department of the Vigilance Police Station, a 34-year-old mother was last night reunited with her baby girl who was allegedly abducted from a Buxton, East Coast Demerara  Day Care facility on Monday.The baby was rescued from a house at Pouderoyen, West Bank Demerara, after detectives were led there by the alleged abductor, who had earlier undergone intense interrogation.Rescued: MiracleAngel PriceSamantha Prince’s agony was cut short when 4-month-old Miracle Angel Prince was returned to her at the Vigilance Police Station at about 20:00 hours last evening.Earlier yesterday, 19-year-old teacher Candace Adonis of Vigilance, East Coast Demerara who was wanted by the police for allegedly abducting the baby, turned herself into the police.Reports are that on Monday, the young lady while pretending to be a relative of the baby, identified herself as ‘Michelle Prince, ’ the baby’s aunt, to the manager of the day care and somehow managed to take off with the child.Adonis disappeared without a trace and it was only until yesterday afternoon that her relatives were able to contact her.Meanwhile, word of the baby’s abduction had spread through the village and she was fingered as the prime suspect.After facing pressure from her family and friends, Adonis was escorted to the Vigilance Police Station where she later assisted the police with the investigation.After being questioned by the police and encouraged by the family’s pastor who arrived at the station, the alleged abductor led ranks to the house of her friends in Pouderoyen.A source close to the investigation told Kaieteur News that when the ranks arrived at the house, they found a man who was occupying the bottom flat of the two-storey house.The man reportedly told the officers that Adonis was a friend of his wife whom they had not seen in a very long time. He claimed that the young lady had approached him and his wife on Monday requesting that they take care of “her baby”.He stated that both he and his wife were unaware that Adonis had a baby, but she assured them that she recently had the child while she was residing in Barbados. According to the source, Adonis asked the couple to take care of the baby for a short while, since she was having problems with her brother with whom she lived.The man, who the police later detained, reportedly explained that the young lady stayed for awhile then rushed off, stating that she would return for the four-month-old. He, however, was utterly shocked when instead of the young lady returning, police ranks arrived asking for an abducted baby.“The man coulda drop dead, ” a source said, adding that the man was totally unaware of the role he and his family had played in the crime.Meanwhile, when Kaieteur News contacted Samantha Prince, she explained the events leading up to her daughter’s abduction. Prince, a sanitary officer of the University of Guyana, said that due to the constraints of her job, she had decided to use another day care facility for her daughter, and at about 9:30 hours on Monday she took her to be enrolled at the said day care.“Yesterday she start going to the day care. The hours that I working make I tek she to this new day care because this it more convenient. I carry me baby and I talk with the head of the day care, ” she said.Prince explained that she had not fully completed the registration process.“When I go yesterday morning that is when she give me the form to full up, but I didn’t understand everything on the form, so I tell her I gun take it to work and carry it back, so I do that, ” the mother continued.“I carry she about 9:29, but when I go fuh me daughter now, the day care lady said that the aunty collect me baby, ” Prince related.However, the mother claimed that she was perplexed when she heard what transpired since she does not have any amicable relationship with her sister-in-law, who would have been the baby’s only real aunt.“So I ask ‘A aunty collect me baby? Me ain’t lef’ no aunty fuh collect me baby.’ I tell the girl that my daughter, my son-in-law or me gun come fuh she, ” the worried mother had related a few hours before their reunion.She described her reaction when she realised that the person who now had her little Miracle was an utterly unfamiliar name “They said Miracle aunty come for she, Miracle aunty Michelle Prince. So I seh y’all give away me chile?” Prince recalled.  “I done start freaking and going crazy because I seh me ain’t know who is tha’ and we eventually go to the station to make a report.”According to Samantha, the police immediately began investigating her case. “When I was at the station, they ask me who is the baby aunty, so I tell them who she was and I seh she ain’t gonna come pick up me daughter, cause me and she don’t talk.”“So I end up hearing the description and I realise I know the girl who tek Miracle. The description dey give me is fuh this li’l girl that used to live next door to we in Melanie. I used to babysit she brother, she sisters and cousins.”When asked whether there was any known conflict which could have resulted in the abduction, the woman said “I used to take care of them when I never used to work. We ain’t got no problem, so I don’t know why she would take me baby. We ain’t got no problem, no problem, China Jerseys Wholesale, no no no problem.”The woman stated that she is the one caring for her family in Guyana and her husband who is currently in Barbados did not respond “nicely” to hearing that his daughter was missing.Meanwhile, when Kaieteur News interviewed Seatta Ried, the head of the day care, she related how stressed she had become over the situation.She explained that it was Miracle’s first day in her care. “It was the first day that the baby come to the day care. Her mother came and didn’t full out the form and so on. She tell me she gotta rush and go to work; that she gonna come and do it later.”A distraught Reid explained to this publication that “The mother tell me that she, she daughter, she son-in-law or the baby grandmother could come for her. So about 3:30 when this young lady come for the baby, I was a bit confused.”She added, however, that the convincing young lady managed to provide her with a name which she unknowingly accepted as a possible family member. “She identify herself as Michelle Prince and I decided to have one of the girls hand over the baby.”The young lady was later seen flagging down a bus taking the baby away with her. According to Reid, the baby was “fussing earlier that day and one of the girls had to give her breast milk” but she stayed with the girl.The day care manager explained how confused she was when the mother of the baby arrived to uplift her baby later that day. “Then about 5:30, the baby mother came for the baby and I told her aunt Michelle Prince collect the baby, and she told me that didn’t know who it was.”She claimed that she only realised the error when one of her workers then told her that she handed the baby over to the then unknown individual . However, according to her, that was too late.
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Date: 22 May 17 01:34pm
Police have detained two men following the discovery of a large cache of ammunition at Black Water, Mahdia, on Thursday.A police release stated that ranks conducted a search on two men at  Black Water, Mahdia, during which they found 14 twelve-gauge shotgun cartridges, 76  rounds of .38 ammunition, one hundred 9mm. rounds and one hundred and fifty .32 rounds.During the past eight months, police have recovered 81 illegal firearms. These include one sub-machine gun, 46 pistols, 21 revolvers, six shotguns, Wholesale China Jerseys, six rifles and a pen-gun. This compares to 53 illegal firearms that were recovered by this time last year.Government officials have urged civilians to use the recent one-month firearm amnesty to turn in illegal weapons and ammunition.Up to last week, civilians had handed in two 16 gauge shotguns and two matching cartridges at “F” Division; two air rifles and one .32 pistol with two matching rounds in “A” Division; and a .22 air rifle in “E” Division (Linden/Kwakwani).
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Date: 22 May 17 01:34pm
Newly appointed Ministers, Dr Leslie Ramsammy and his assistant, former Region Two Democratic Council Chairman, Ali Baksh, recently met with farmers on the Essequibo Coast.The meeting was intended to engage farmers in discussions on some of the critical agriculture areas they intend to focus on at present and for the next five years.Minister within the Ministry of Agriculture, Ali Baksh, said that the industry cannot continue to operate in the traditional way.He said that while there are problems in the area of climate change, his Ministry has identified as its priorities, the expansion of 5, 000 acres of land behind Aurora and some traditional crops.Baksh noted too that the persistent problem of accretion would be also addressed.Dr Ramsammy said that the visit was his first and it was to establish a form of familiarization to his new post, while laying down some ground rules for future engagements with farmers.Dr Ramsammy suggested that if the friendlier approach to Agriculture is adopted, agriculture will see the improvement in production, especially in the area of livestock production.Plans target plans unfold and the focus can shift too on the diversification of Agriculture and the feeding of both  our people and those outside of Guyana. It  would further lend to the development of Guyana’s  exporting component, NFL Jerseys From China, which will similarly augur economical development.Dr Ramsammy reminded farmers that Region Two plays a critical role in the national agriculture. Plans are ahead to fully utilize both the Charity Wharf and Supenaam stelling as a transitional export boundary for products.Ramsammy said that his approach is to address the practical issues of the accessibility and proper management of water, marketing, the continued engagement of aquaculture, and making the availability of new breeds of animals.He said that if a friendlier approach is adopted to agriculture Guyana can regain its title of being the breadbasket of the Caribbean.“I believe we can do this with commitment, experience and farming entrepreneurs we will.”Toshao Yvonne Person who was a part of the meeting informed both Ministers that more focus must be paid on the promotion of organic Agriculture.The meeting requested in addition for financial assistance and the need for technical advice.
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Date: 22 May 17 01:33pm
Guyana has reconsidered its position on the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the European Union (EU), and President Bharrat Jagdeo has said that he will be among the Bridgetown signatories tomorrow, according to one news report on the Caribbean Media Report.However, at home, China Jerseys Cheap, President Jagdeo, when asked yesterday whether he would sign the EPA tomorrow, said that he was unlikely to do so, although he has reservations that by signing later it would appear that he was pressured into signing.At the same time, his CARICOM colleagues would appear to have secured the recent modifications, although it was Guyana that managed to force two amendments to the EPA, one of which seeks to have the EU accept that the Treaty of Chaguaramas take precedence over any Act, once there is conflict.The other amendment allows for a five-yearly review of the EPA.Jagdeo, in a special interview with the state media National Communications Network (NCN), said that if all goes according to plan, he may sign the much talked about Economic Partnership Agreement with the European Union by the October 15 deadline after all.Jagdeo reportedly said the EU has agreed in full to one of the two conditions he had established as necessary before Guyana signed the deal.The European bloc has agreed to a mandatory periodic review of the EPA to assess its socio-economic impact on CARIFORUM states.However, the Guyanese leader says, the first condition for the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas to take precedence if it conflicted with the deal, has been agreed to but in a diluted state.“They have ‘watered this down’ to say that in the implementation of the Agreement, they will take account of the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas, but that is slightly different from a commitment to the Treaty of Chaguaramas being supreme. That is, the revised Treaty of Chaguaramas prevailing in cases of conflict, ” he contended.The Guyanese leader is also optimistic that his demands will be met by the EU.  “I think we may succeed in getting one of two clauses in the form that I proposed.That is, the periodic review, after every five years, of the socio-economic impact of this agreement on our region, on our economies, our people and commitment on the part of Europe to take…to address that impact. Now, I don’t know what will happen in the future, whether Europe will honor it, but at least we’ll have the provision, this binding provision of Europe, and that will satisfy a principal concern that I had had, that there was no review clause in the Agreement, ” he said.Jagdeo said that although this is a step forward, Caribbean nations need to hold out and continue negotiations with the hope that once these conditions are met, they would be honoured by Europe.Meanwhile, on the subject of the negotiating body, the Guyanese leader says he is in favour of the Regional Negotiating Machinery being merged into the Caricom Secretariat.On Saturday, Jagdeo said that he felt vindicated and that all his efforts to fight for a better Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) for the region did not go in vain. Last Wednesday, the Head of State expressed disappointment that, while in the United States recently, he had learnt that some Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries were urging the European Commission (EC) to ‘lean hard’ on Guyana, since, if this country succeeded in its lobby against the agreement, then they would ‘look bad’.He described the consideration by Europe as tremendous progress, and noted that should the EC include the clause, it would mean that the Agreement would be improved significantly.“I said before (that), if Europe, contrary to all that it has publicly stated, were to impose all it has committed to at various levels, especially at the level of the Council, if it were to impose tariffs under the GSP on us, then I would have no choice but to sign, ” he explained.
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Date: 22 May 17 01:32pm
A mother of four is seeking assistance after most of her belongings were destroyed while firefighters were attempting to put out a blaze at a neighbouring house.Hermina Khan and her children.The fire gutted a Lot 101 Hunter Street Albouystown property on October 31, while was next door to the house in which Hermina Khan and her four children live.The water the firemen used was filled with silt, Wholesale Jerseys, and in trying to contain the blaze, soaked the mattresses, clothing and other valuables in the house that Khan was renting from a sister.Even her children’s schoolbooks were destroyed.The woman explained that she is a single parent who provides for her family by selling flowers, nail polish and home-made beverages.Three of her children attend school. The eldest is 12. The mother further said her youngest daughter, two-year-old Maria Ramroop, has an eye ailment, which she sustained after falling from her bed.She is still receiving treatment at the GPHC.“I am glad to get a piece of land to build something so me and my children can live.“It is very hard on me because I try my best to save money. If anyone is willing to assist me in any way I would be thankful.”