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Date: 25 May 17 01:40pm
A Block 4, Tain, Corentyne, Berbice family is still in deep shock and trauma as they were badly beaten and robbed by four armed, masked men on Tuesday evening.According to Shaline Mohabir, she and her relatives, some of whom had come to visit, were sitting downstairs at the back of their home, frying chips around 21:00 hrs, when shortly after, four men âappeared out of nowhereâ. Mohabir lives with her mother, brother and 3-year-old daughter. Her sister, husband and 2 children were visiting at the time.âOne man rush and me scream, and dem get a gun and point it at me and seh, âDonât move, no screaming, or else we gun chop and shoot yuhâ, so now we get scared and dey come into the houseâ¦, â she noted.The house where the robbery took placeMohabir recounted that as soon as they lifted their heads to look at the bandits, the men dealt several blows to them.âYou canât look dem in their face, because they cuff you, so dey get everybody in the house now, on the floor. Dey go in the shop and take what they had to take. Dey came out back and said that was not enough. Dey collect me and took me and kicked me and cuffed me for more money. I told dem I did not sell any kind of money that dayâ, she posited. Mohabir operates an off-licence grocery.The men then started to beat her brother, Adesh, badly with a cutlass, and âthen they started to lash my husband, Suresh, on his head with the cutlass handle and my sisterâs husband, Latchman Kaloo, they kicked him and he has cracked ribs right now, â she recalled.The men then took Mohabir upstairs and demanded âall of the jewelleryâ.âSo I give them everything. They still were beating me for more. I tried to hide my childrenâs jewels, but them still beat me, so I had to give them everythingâ, she noted. She said the men carted off over $2M in jewellery that night. They also took over $100, 000 in cash savings and $50, 000 from her shop.âThen they came downstairs and started to beat my mother, Khakahee Mohabir, for hersâ¦and the only thing that left was my daughterâs earring, because it wonât come off her ears and I told them I will rip it off her ears, â she noted. âI begged for mother and I told them she had a serious surgery, and that let them not beat her. I told them to beat me for herâ, she noted.The men then filled their haversacks with items from the shop, including cigarettes, juice, cookies, lighters, etc.The entire ordeal lasted 10 minutes and the men also ransacked the home.âEverything they gone with; we have nothing left. They also took my brotherâs laptop and his cell phone. The computer cost over $300, 000, â she noted. They took over $1M in jewellery from her mother and over $100, 000 in cash â money she says her mother was supposed to use to perform a religious function this week.âWe have nothing leftâ.The family members received medical attention for their injuries. Mohabir believes that the men were people whom they knew and visited their shop often since one of the bandits, during the ordeal, asked for the chain he usually saw her husband wear while he (the bandit) would come and play a game of pools at their shop.The family members, who did not even want their photos taken, Cheap Jerseys From China Online, are still scared that the men will return and continue their terror.âWhat you work and get for how many years, in 10 minutes, everything goneâ, Mohabir lamented.The men escaped into the canefields aback of their home. The family called the police who arrived 10 minutes after. The policemen who returned the following morning to take fingerprints, promised to return to take statements, but according to the family, did not.
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Date: 25 May 17 01:39pm
â files $10 million lawsuit against UGSSA PresidentVice Chancellor of the University of Guyana, Professor Jacob Opadeyi, has resorted to legal action to silenceUG Vice Chancellor, Professor Opadeyithe Unions of the University of Guyana (UG). In essence the Vice Chancellor has not only been able to secure an injunction that will afford him just this but he is also suing President of the University of Guyana Senior Staff Association (UGSSA), Dr. Mellissa Ifill, for libel.The basis of the court action is that Dr. Ifill earlier this week disseminated an email to dozens of persons, including junior and senior staff at the University of Guyana, students and others, which contained a document titled, âPetition of No Confidence in University of Guyanaâs Vice Chancellor Professor Jacob Opadeyi.âIt is claimed that in the said document Dr. Ifill (the defendant), Cheap Jerseys, âfalsely and maliciously published the following defamatory words of and concerning the plaintiff (Professor Opadeyi) including: â¦failure to honour contracts with employees including illegally withholding legitimate payments due to staff; circumvention and breach of University financial systems, practices and procedures; financial mismanagement and impropriety including but not limited to system override at the bursary and repeated failure to meet legal obligations to transfer deductions from workerâs salaries to various bodiesâ¦âProfessor Opadeyi, who is convinced that âthe said words and publications were calculated and intended to disparage his character, standing and reputation, â is claiming damages in excess of $10 million for the libellous publication of the No Confidence petition.The lawsuit was filed by a battery of lawyers representing Professor Opadeyi. They included former Attorney General, Anil Nandlall, Euclin Gomes, Sase Gunraj, Ganesh Hira and Manoj Narayan.UGSSA President, Dr. Mellissa IfillThey were able to secure an injunction from Acting Chief Justice Ian Chang restraining Dr. Ifill or her colleagues from further publishing, or causing to be published, the contentious phrases as outlined.The associated court documents outline that the UG Vice Chancellorâs role and functional responsibilities as Vice Chancellor and Principal of the University of Guyana are clearly and expressly set out in the statutes made under the University of Guyana Act, Chapter 39:02, and are confined to the exercise of general supervision over the educational arrangements of the University; the supervision of admission of students; ex officio Chairman of the Academic Board; general administration of University and a responsibility to report to the Council of the University of Guyana.âThe Plaintiff (Opadeyi) has no responsibility in relation to financial matters and no dealing in finance and payments to staff; these areas fall strictly within the domain of the Bursar of the University of Guyana.âWith regard to the matter Dr. Ifill has 10 days in which to respond and the matter is slated to be heard by Chang on Tuesday July 7, 2015.
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Date: 25 May 17 01:39pm
After two trials â with the first having ended in a hung jury â 45-year-old Bush Lot, West Coast Berbice resident, Ramesh Sahadeo, 45, called âBadoâ was yesterday sentenced to death by hanging by Justice Brassington Reynolds, after he was found guilty of murder by a mixed jury in the Berbice High Court.Sahadeo was on trial for the murder of 17-year-old Darshanan Ramanan called âTatoâ of Bush Lot Housing Scheme, which occurred on September 20, 2009.Justice Reynolds had earlier taken about two hours to sum up the evidence to the jury, guiding them on various aspects of the law. The jury then took just over two hours, retiring around 13:00hrs and returning at 15:00 hrs, with the unanimous verdict of guilty of murder.Both the defence and prosecution had summed up their case earlier during the morning session for consideration of the jury.Sentenced to death: Ramesh Sahadeo is led away by prison officersDefence attorney Raymond Ali had based his arguments on a number of issues, including self-defence, He had also argued that the incident was an accident. He claimed that there were a lot of inconsistencies during the trial and that the prosecutionâs two eyewitnesses were consistently lying.State prosecutor Dionne Mc Cammon in her submission to the jury had stated that the prosecution casewas clear and very straightforward and based on the two eyewitnesses who were at the scene having been in company with the deceased when he was killed.The accused looked pensive even before the verdict was announced and rubbed tears from his eyes. The foreman answered in the affirmative when he was asked if they had a verdict and a unanimous one. Guilty was the answer when asked a second time.When asked if he had anything to say, Wholesale Jerseys China, the accused mumbled some words which were inaudible.Defence counsel Raymond Ali then asked the court to exercise some amount of leniency on the accused. He stated that he is a labourer in his late 40s, is divorced, and has children whom he still will have to take care of.Justice Reynolds then ruled that the prisoner will be sentenced according to the stipulated penalty.  The entire court was asked to rise by the Chief Marshal as the judge announced âRamesh Sadadeo you have been found guilty on a unanimous verdict by the jury for the offence of murder and are to be taken forthwith to a place of lawful execution and hanged by the neck until you are dead, may peace be on your soul.âSahadeoâs relatives who were in court broke down in tears as the accused was led away by a prison officer.The court heard that on the day in question, Sahadeo slashed the neck of Ramanan killing him, following a misunderstanding between the two men.During the trial, seven witnesses testified. The eyewitnesses, Vishal Dayaram called âTexasâ and Sahadeo Jailall called âBoyâ had recounted that on the day in question they had witnessed the accused inflicting the fateful chop to the neck of the deceased.Dayaram had testified that the accused had handed him a bag with Parasad (sweet meat) before taking away his cutlass and fatally chopping Ramanan on his neck. He had stated that this was after an argument had ensued between the two men. Sahadeo was armed with the cutlass, while Ramanan was armed with a brick. Ramanan was chopped even as he bent down to fix his bicycle.Selena Ramanan testified of receiving information about her son. She raced to the scene where she saw her son lying on the ground with a wound to his neck and with what appeared to be blood around him.Daneshwar Persaud testified to indentifying the body on the day of the post mortem. He witnessed the autopsy which was conducted by Dr. Brijmohan at the New Amsterdam hospital.Superintendent Stephen Mansell testified that he was stationed at the Fort Wellington Police station. He conducted investigations into the matter and subsequently arrested the accused.Detective corporal Dwayne Harvey in his testimony had stated that he had visited the scene where he saw the accused in a pool of blood. He subsequently conducted investigation in the matter. He also witnessed the post mortem examination.Dr Brijmohan in his testimony had given the cause of death as shock and hemorrhage due to an incise wound to the neck.The accused had also given an unsworn statement from the docks, in which he had stated his movements during the day after he left home to visit his friend âSweetsâ. He encountered Ramanan and two friends on a dam. After a misunderstanding between him and the youth, they got into an argument and then a scramble as they fought and fell to the ground.  He subsequently got up and ran away after he heard one of the men telling Ramanan to âboreâ and âchopâ him. He was subsequently arrested by the police and charged for the crime.Reports were that Ramanan was at the corner of the street while the defendant was passing and an argument ensued between them. Sahadeo dealt Ramanan a single chop to his neck and calmly walked away. Ramanan was seen running frantically up and down the street a few times before collapsing to the ground, bleeding profusely. He died before receiving medical attention. The police subsequently arrived at the scene. Sahadeo was later arrested and charged.State Prosecutor Dionne Mc Cammon had set out to prove that it was the accused who had inflicted the injuries on the deceased resulting in his death.
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Date: 25 May 17 01:39pm
â¦expresses concern about the way company using the countryâs nameClenergen Corporation yesterday announced that it had signed a Memorandum of Agreement with Growmore Biotech to undertake commercial trials of Clenergenâs tree species and bamboo on 900 acres of land in Guyana and three other countries, including the Philippines.However when contacted yesterday Agriculture Minister Robert Persaud, under whose purview such an agreement would fall, said that there is no such undertaken.Yesterday, the Ministerâs first response was that he did not know, but undertook to make checks.The Minister then informed that there was no such agreement signed, neither was there any negotiations formal or informal.Persaud said, too, Authentic Jerseys Cheap, that while they were looking into the issue we would like to place on record that he is very concerned that companies are using Guyanaâs name like that.He said that he was concerned that the company is a stock exchange company.The incident, he said was even more worrying if the company is using Guyanaâs name to gain any kind of financing.The company, according to a report on marketwatch.com has scheduled 22, 000 acres under a 49- year lease agreements in various regions, which are projected to yield over 880, 000 tonnes of biomass per annum by 2014 and provide fuel supply for 110MW/h of biomass power plant capacity.According to the company, it intends to produce up to 200, 000 saplings per week from tissue culture.âThe saplings will be shipped in quarantine-approved containers with each sapling being identical in yield, as well as being asexual and non invasiveâ¦The trials will assist in confirming the appropriate pesticides and fertilizer regime for each region identified for the trials.âThe trials are expected to last six months prior to commencing full-scale plantations in each region.Plantation and agronomy management services will be provided by Growmore Biotech and the Madurai Kumaraj University, Tamilnadu, India, under the guidance of Professor K. Mutchuchelian, whose experience in biomass has been recognized by Governments throughout the world.Commenting on the Agreement, Mark Quinn, Chief Executive Officer said, âThe commercial trials of our energy crops in these regions marks a cornerstone for the sustainable and profitable use of marginalized land.âThe biomass feedstock produced will provide a valuable source of fuel for generating renewable power, which will significantly help alleviate rural unemployment and counter the course of urbanization in these regionsâ.Dr Barathi, Director of Growmore Biotech, said, âClenergen continues to execute on its agronomy and technology programs as scheduled and we are delighted to be a part of this exciting and dynamic company. They are destined to become one of the leading organizations in the renewable energy sectorâ.
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Two young men are now able to pursue studies in fields of their choice at the University of Guyana, Tain Campus, after they were awarded scholarships by Guyana Watch, a non governmental organisation that caters for the needs of those most in need.Raynor Mc Andrew, 26, and Pooran Appadu, 20, both of Corentyne, Berbice will be pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Biology and an Associate Degree in Chemistry respectively.At a simple ceremony to mark the occasion in the office of the President of Guyana Watch, Tony Yassin, the young men were both presented with cheques which represented payment for the first year of tuition. Additionally the lads will each receive $10, 000 monthly, as a stipend.According to Mr Tony Yassin, Jerseys NFL Wholesale, the two were chosen by the University, since they have performed excellently for the short while they were at the University Campus at Tain. Yassin explained that the youths started their respective course last October after they acquired loans from the Universityâs loan department.While there the exemplary performance of the two youths prompted one of their tutors to seek assistance on their behalf.That tutor is Marlyn Ramjeet-Samad, who explained that the men are among the top performers in their respective disciplines but financial constraints mean that they could not pay for their own education.Ramjeet-Samad said that this prompted her to seek avenues to have the young men sponsored and that quest led her to Guyana Watch.Speaking to Kaieteur News at the ceremony, Yassin said that there are conditions attached to the scholarship. The men must achieve an overall B average for their entire programme.Upon completion they are expected to serve their country for a specific number of years. This, Yassin said, will serve as an incentive for the lads to endeavour for excellence.Expressing thanks at the benevolence of Guyana Watch, Mc Andrew and Appadu said that they will work assiduously towards making their families, communities and most importantly Guyana Watch proud.The youths disclosed that they have every intention to assist their communities so that they can make a difference in the end. Further the lads said that they will play their part in making a difference in Guyanaâs development.Guyana Watch is a non governmental organisation that has been in operation since 1994.Although its main focus is in assisting to offset medical expenses, the organisation is also involved in other charitable deeds directed to the less fortunate and the underprivileged.