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Date: 21 Oct 17 11:16pm
– afraid to come forward with informationRelatives of two men who perished in the boat mishap which occurred 10 days ago on the Essequibo River, are pleading with eyewitnesses to come forward with information, since a clandestine act is believed to have occurred.According to the relatives of Jainarine Dinanauth and Henry Gibson, they have been hearing from different sources that it was a Coast Guard vessel which was involved in the incident which left the two men dead and Dinanauth’s 10-year-old son, Ricky Jainarain, missing.Kaieteur News understands that an eyewitness has confided in other persons what exactly took place, but is fearful of going to the police with the information.Relatives said they too are trying to locate the person who claimed to have actually witnessed the incident.“De boy tell people wha’ he see and de word getting around, but we ain’t know is who is de person and de police tell we if we find de person then they could tek a statement and do de rest ah investigation, ” one family member said.The eyewitness is also claiming that after the Coast Guard vessel struck the wooden boat, the individuals onboard stopped and helped themselves to valuables which were in the other boat and on the persons aboard the vessel before fleeing the scene.Meanwhile, Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale, search parties have failed to locate 10-year-old Ricky Jainarain.According to relatives, they have searched along the Essequibo River where it is most likely that the body would float up but this has been to no avail.“This is a miracle I know if somebody drown it does tek three days fuh dem to float up but we search almost everywhere we could and we ain’t find he, ” a relative said.Family members said that while it is possible that the lad may have drowned, they are a bit skeptical since they have failed to locate a body. It is believed that his body was left somewhere on land.The family has published missing person advertisements in some sections of the media.On Tuesday, August 11, last, a search party found a damaged wooden boat with the bodies of Jainarine Dinanauth, 45, of Zeelugt, East Bank Essequibo, and the boat captain, Henry Gibson, 46, of Hogg Island, Essequibo River, drifting in the vicinity of Hogg Island.The bodies were discovered after Dinanauth’s reputed wife had formed a search party, after not seeing the three persons arrive at Hogg Island at a specific time.The trio had left the Parika Ferry stelling for Hogg Island sometime around 18:00 hours on Monday but failed to show up.When the two bodies were found, a bag containing a substantial amount of cash was missing from the boat along with items of gold jewellery which Dinanauth was wearing.The businessman’s licence was however found in his pants pocket. Investigations are ongoing.
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Date: 21 Oct 17 11:16pm
Fourteen-year-old, Shavana Peters, of 155 North Haslington, East Coast Demerara is now a patient at the Georgetown Public Hospital after she was reportedly stabbed by another teen on Wednesday.Reports are that the incident allegedly occurred around 15:00 hours while the victim was going home from her friend’s house. She was slashed on her left shoulder and sustained multiple stabs to her abdomen.The wounded girl lamented, “She jus come to me and tell me she hear I want beat she and then broke a bottle and start stabbing me.”According to her, she was at one of her friend’s house and since it was getting late she decided to go home because she didn’t want her mother to be worried.She explained that on her way home Williams approached her and talked for a short while and subsequently stabbed her multiple times.Peters disclosed that throughout the incidence Williams had her friends at her side encouraging her to further damage her.With tears in Peter’s eyes as she sat in a wheelchair at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation, she said she wasn’t looking for any trouble.But Felecia Parris told this News paper that the stabbed individual went in search of Williams to beat her around lunch time but failed to reach her and reschedule to meet her in the afternoon when school would have dismissed.The eyewitness said that “all two of them is my friends, but lunch time Shavana came at the school and was looking for (suspect named) and was telling the students that she want to beat her up but she didn’t find her cause the girl hide.”According to Parris, she and the suspect were heading home on foot after school when Peters jumped out of a bus and started beating  the accused and in retaliation the suspect picked up a bottle that was on the road, broke it and stabbed Peters.It was reported that persons along the roadside who were witnessing the commotion, Cheap China Jerseys Authentic, called the police to the scene.When ranks arrived, both of the teenage girls where placed in the police vehicle. The suspect was dropped off at Cove and John Divisional Head Quarters and Peters was rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital where she was admitted to the Female Surgical Ward.While the mother of the stabbed teen was confused when she learnt about the incident and was unable to speak, a relative, Ona Sam, told this publication that she hope that the family receives justice for their wounded daughter.She also expressed the hope that the police investigate the matter thoroughly before they make decisions.
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Date: 21 Oct 17 11:16pm
The shopping trend on the Essequibo Coast is vastly improving as more Essequibians are now exposed to the accessibility of acquiring products from supermarkets. The new commissioning of the Bacchus Supermarket is one testimony to the transformation, portraying the new way of life for the average Essequibian.Imam Bacchus, who has emerged as a household name, has commissioned at $400 M supermarket oblique to what was the general store at Affiance.The modern facility also caters for both disabled persons who are confined to wheelchairs and pregnant women.The building which is located in the centre of the region would serve both north and south Essequibo and offers services in hardware, groceries and also haberdashery products.In an interview with this newspaper, Imam Baksh, one of the co- business partners of the Bacchus family entity, said the Imam Bacchus business primarily emerged from the sale of rice. The business which started in the 1950s was manned by the now deceased Imam Bacchus, a rice farmer who came from Hamburg and resided on the Essequibo Coast.The young Baksh said that his grandfather’s business gradually expanded into a general store over the years.He further asserted that in late 1962, Guyana was experiencing a major 80-day strike and the District Commissioner Office at that time granted his grandfather the concession to volunteer for the distribution of goods. He said that is how his grandfather started out as a businessman.With the new facility which offers a more efficient service, compared to the inefficiency at the former store, the business partners a wider display of their products, Nike Air Vapor Max Flyknit, which includes a more computerised system and self-service.He said that the modern facility would also shy away from the customary checking system which took up lengthy time and offered poor attendance to customers. The young Baksh noted that the old building has outlived its years of service.He asserted that customers will be able to access both locally produced and foreign items. The Bacchuses who specialise in the manufacture of their local chowmein  and plantain flour also rear meat birds on a large scale. They also grow their own vegetables and seasonings ingredients.The supermarket is also an agent for National Flour Mill products, Western Union/Money Transfer/Bill Express and general merchants, hardware and haberdashery. It also offers free delivery for both wholesale and retail items.Baksh also noted that the new facility was birthed with the customers in mind. At a simple ceremony, recently, the new state of the art facility was commissioned with family members present.The supermarket, as part of its commissioning, will be giving back to its customers thousands of dollars in prizes. With the purchase of $10, 000 and more a customer is eligible to win a motorcycle and a microwave each week.At the opening, all children below the age of ten were also treated to a sample of the Bacchus blue ice cream.
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Date: 21 Oct 17 11:16pm
– refutes claims by Lyken Funeral Home The Guyana Police Force has not taken kindly to reports that it is engaged in the immoral practice of touting the dead, as contained in an article carried in this newspaper yesterday.The Force is being accused of channeling the business of the collection of human remains to a particular funeral parlour, whose owners are believed to be favoured by the Force’s administration.The accusation is coming from the proprietors of the Lyken/Newburg Funeral Home, which has been collecting human remains on behalf of the police for the past 25 years.In a response to an article published by the Kaieteur News under the caption “Police now selling the dead”, the Guyana Police Force said that the decision to involve the Memorial and Crematorium Gardens Funeral Parlour in the collection of human remains was taken in response to a request by the Central Islamic Organization of Guyana.But of course this is nothing new, since this very fact was already pointed out in the published article.The police explained though that it is required by law to investigate all unnatural deaths.Part of this investigation entails the conduct of the post-mortem by a registered government Pathologist.According to the police, the practice of the Force has been whenever an unnatural death occurs, at a place other than at Public Hospitals with storage facilities for bodies, the police will have these bodies stored at a funeral parlour until the post-mortem is conducted.Commissioner of Police Seelall PersaudDr. Dawn StewartThereafter, the body will be handed over to the relatives for burial.Whenever no relatives come forward to claim the body, the police will cause it to be disposed of, at the expense of the State.The force acknowledged that among the funeral parlours being used is the Lyken Funeral Parlour.“The standard procedure relating to the removal of human remains is for detectives to inform the Duty Officer in the Police Division whenever processing of the scene is completed. The Duty Officer will then call a parlour to pick up and store the body, ” a statement from the Guyana Police Force said.Over the years, the Lyken Funeral Home has been the preferred choice of the police, especially when it comes to decomposed remains, which other parlours are reluctant to pick up.According to the police, earlier this year, the Central Islamic Organisation Of Guyana (C.I.O.G) by way of letter informed the Commissioner of Police that they are handling funerals of Muslims in Guyana and paying costs associated with those deaths.They also informed that they have a contractual agreement with the Memorial and Crematorium Gardens Funeral Parlour to handle bodies and funerals of Muslims.The police stated that the C.I.O.G requested that the Guyana Police Force facilitate the collection of the bodies by the said Memorial and Crematorium Gardens Funeral Parlour from the scenes.The Police said that it finds the request to be a reasonable one and as a result the Commissioner of Police forwarded the letter to the Divisional Commanders with instruction to facilitate the request.“No funeral parlour complains about this arrangement except the Lyken Funeral Parlour which has been insisting that it has a contract with the Guyana Police Force that gives them a monopoly to uplift and store bodies. When asked by the Guyana Police Force and other government authorities to produce a copy of the said contract, Dr. Dawn Stewart has so far failed to do so, Jerseys NFL Wholesale, ” the police said.The police said that the Lyken Funeral Parlour has been complaining a long time ago with the advent of competition in the industry.However, in yesterday’s article, Dr, Stewart is on record acknowledging that she has no formal contract with the Guyana Police Force, although she has been insisting that there be one, a request the police have been brushing aside over the years.She said that she is not afraid of competition and will welcome new tendering for the contract to collect human remains, which she said should be done in a transparent manner.But some subordinate officers in the Guyana Police Force are unaware of this new arrangement with the Memorial and Crematorium Gardens Funeral Parlour.“We have no such instructions to that effect, ” one such officer told this newspaper.“And besides how would we know which is Muslim dead or not? We don’t always know the identity of dead persons, so Lyken is always our first option, ” the SO added.However, it has been observed that the Memorial and Crematorium Gardens Funeral Parlour has not only been collecting human remains of Muslims on behalf of the police; they have also been called by the police to collect other remains.Earlier this year, to the surprise of many, the parlour turned up in Buxton to collect the dismembered remains of a woman.When questioned, the police claimed that they were instructed to call the parlour.On the question of payment of the millions owed to the Lyken Funeral Home, the police said the issue has been raised long before the sitting Commissioner took over the Force.The police said that “Unlike what is reported by Dr. Dawn Stewart, the unpaid monies (not consistent with her version) is still being processed by the government.”
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Date: 21 Oct 17 11:16pm
By Gary EleazarA Partnership for National Unity (APNU) yesterday dedicated its weekly media engagement to addressing the state of affairs in the sugar industry, and according to Shadow Minister with responsibility for Agriculture, Dr Rupert Roopnaraine, the perplexing usage of funds has evoked serious concerns among interested parties.He said that the 10-party coalition will now be using its political weight to push for the immediate reconstitution of the Board of Directors for the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo), as well as a Commission of Inquiry (COI) into the operations of the industry.Dr Roopnaraine said that the answer to GuySuCo’s chronic state cannot be annual bailouts, and added that through informal talks with representatives of the European Union (EU), he has learnt there is “distress” that the money flowing to assist Guyana as a result of the price cuts has not been utilized as intended.Anthony Vieira (right) makes a point as APNU Parliamentarian Dr Rupert Roopnaraine (centre) and Executive Member, Lance Carberry, listen attentively.“It remains a mystery why the compensation funds from the European Union are not being dedicated to the sugar industry; including the cane farmers…I know the EU is itself rather distressed about the way in which the funds are being handled, it remains a mystery, including a mystery to people within GuySuCo.”Roopnaraine reminded that government’s explanation for the way the money is being used is that it is deposited in the Consolidated Fund to form part of the pool of national resources which is then allocated across the various sectors for expenditure. He pointed out that between 2006 and 2012, Guyana received just about $24.7B from the EU.Finance Minister Dr Ashni Singh yesterday signed for the receipt of another $6.4B in support from the EU, as a result of the cut in the preferential prices that had been paid for sugar.Anthony Vieira, an APNU member and former Shadow Agriculture Minister, suggested that utilizing the EU money for a substantial injection of cash would make much more sense than to annually fund losses by the company through minimal bailouts.On the Terms of Reference being called for as regards the call for an inquiry into the operations of the sugar industry, Dr Roopnaraine said, “It’s quite simple, what we want is a very intensive scrutiny of sugar industry…We would like to understand where the present decline set in, what have been the factors influencing that decline…”He said too that the COI into the industry should also identify what efforts would have been made to reverse the decline, and why it has failed.He drew reference to the fact that there have been several turn-around plans, and what he described as “well-intentioned moves” by the GuySuCo Board, “but the fact of the matter is that none of this has in fact prevented the industry from arriving at its present disastrous state.”The APNU team, which also included Executive Member, Lance Carberry, drew reference to statements issued by President of the Guyana Agricultural and General Workers’ Union (GAWU), Komal Chand, who lamented the current recovery strategy for GuySuCo, in light of the significant shortfall in production from its first crop.According to APNU, reports of the first crop yield indicate that only 48, Cheap NFL Jerseys Free Shipping, 000 tonnes had been achieved – falling short by some 23, 000 tonnes.GuySuCo, in reaction, decided to adjust its harvesting timetable, “bringing its first crop to a premature close in order to begin the second crop earlier.”Chand in response has indicated that the strategy will not yield the desired results, as there isn’t enough cane in the fields.It is widely believed that the industry will not achieve its target of 171, 000 tonnes for the second crop. In fact, according to Vieira, his feedback from the GAWU Executive is that the company will not even achieve 148, 000 tonnes from that crop.Vieira indicated that the amount, 148, 000 tonnes represents the limit to meet market obligations, and it is unlikely that even this will be achieved.Vieira opined that based on all available data and projections, Guyana will have to import sugar to meet its demands and satisfy its markets.“I would say 148, 000 tonnes looks not very achievable and certainly not 171, 000 tonnes….I believe that it may very well be possible that we will have to import (sugar).”
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