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Date: 22 May 18 02:52am
They say that miracles don鈥檛 happen nowadays, but yesterday two students of Winfer Gardens Primary School are evidence to the contrary.Onisha Caine (left) and Olivia English The two students, Olivia English, Cheap Stitched MLB Jerseys, 10, and 11-year old Onisha Caine, were run over by an 18-wheeler container truck while standing at the corner of Camp and Church Streets yesterday afternoon.Miraculously, x-rays showed that they both survived without any serious injuries although Caine was crying out for pains in her head.According to eyewitnesses, it was the presence of mind displayed by the 10-year-old Olivia English that saved the day for them.This newspaper was told that the two children were standing on Church Street at the junction with Camp Street, waiting to cross the road around 17:00 hours.One eyewitness said that the truck was proceeding south along Camp Street and attempted to turn unto Church Street.The eyewitness stated that the driver of the truck did not negotiate the turn well and his rear wheel came into the path of the two children who desperately tried to get out of the way.English told this newspaper that she saw the truck turning the corner and tried to get out of the way.She said that she pulled her friend but could not get further out of the way since they would have ended up in the nearby drain.“He turn de corner wild, ” the 10-year old told Kaieteur News.She said that she managed to pull her friend down under the truck and allowed it to pass over them while screaming at the top of her voice.“He turn into de girls and dem deh under de wheel. De driver didn鈥檛 even look fuh stop, ” said an eyewitness.The eyewitness, Darell Meredith, said that he ran across the road and pulled the girls up as the truck continued along its way.They were taken to the Georgetown Public Hospital by a female police rank who was near the scene at that time.According to the eyewitness had it not been for the quick thinking of English, both girls would have been crushed by the huge rear wheels.While English appeared to be okay for now, her colleague, Onisha Caine remained speechless even hours the incident.Their parents were informed and rushed to the hospital to ascertain their wellbeing.Most of the eyewitnesses to the incident said silent prayers, thanking the Almighty for the miracle.They lamented the use of a number of city roads by huge container trucks especially during the peak traffic hours.The driver of the truck was taken into police custody.
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Date: 22 May 18 02:52am
Attempts by the Ministry of Health to reduce the incidence of malaria to under 10, 000 cases this year have already reached a snag.And this, according to Health Minister, Dr Leslie Ramsammy, is evident by the number of cases for the first quarter of this year. The figure has so far reached close to 3, 000.“I met my technical staff today (Saturday) and expressed my great concern about the malaria situation. Even though the staff of the Malaria Department of the Ministry of Health and the health workers in the Regions must be congratulated on maintaining the level of malaria, incidences in 2009 remain at the same level as 2008, at just over 11, 000 cases. This was not the target. We had intended to drop the level to below 10, 000 in 2009.”According to the Minister, the situation is amplified by the proliferation of mining camps in Regions One and Nine. He added that there is the continuing proliferation in Regions Seven and Eight. This state of affairs, he said, is creating a challenging situation for health workers.He said that the Ministry is currently appealing to all stakeholders, NFL Jerseys Supply, “to co-operate with us so that we can continue to reduce the incidence of malaria in Guyana. In this respect, we are appealing again to all persons to desist from procuring medicines that are not within the malaria guidelines, ” the Minister added.He reminded that treatment for malaria caused by Plasmodium falciparum is restricted to fixed dose artemesinin-based medicines. However, Guyana at present uses Coartem as the fixed dose artemesinin-based medicine within its malaria treatment guideline, a medication which is available to all at health centres and hospitals.However, the most worrying part of the situation, according to Minister Ramsammy, is in the hinterland where virtually greater than 50 percent of the camps have no nets. However, he asserted that the Ministry of Health has distributed more than 80, 000 impregnated mosquito nets in the hinterland. Yet few camps now have nets and many homes are lacking of nets, he added.“We will this year begin another round of net distribution. But we must caution persons that these nets cost us about US$10 per net and we cannot keep replacing them every few months.I believe this is a responsibility that goes deep within our duty as a citizen to ensure we take every precaution possible to prevent the spread of malaria.”Nonetheless, he related that, “We will this year distribute another 30, 000 mosquito long lasting impregnated bed nets to Regions One, Seven, Eight and Nine.”And while efforts will continue in the quest to expand malaria services, Minister Ramsammy has pledged to increase resources (both financial and human) in the fight against the disease, even as the sector anticipates the help of every citizen living, working and visiting the hinterland Regions where malaria is endemic. Additionally, the Ministry of Health, the Minister said, will commence an exercise soon that will ensure boosted capacity to address malaria in the various regions to improve vector control activities.Further efforts will be geared this week to render more focus to Region 10 where a number of cases have been reported of recent. According to the Minister, although the malaria incidence rate is low in Region 10, the situation often sees increasing occurrences in various parts of that region. As such, the Minister has since instructed a team from the Malaria Department to visit various communities in Region 10 to see what additional support the Ministry of Health can provide in order for the health workers there to ensure that malaria is kept under control.
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Date: 22 May 18 02:51am
– detention is unlawful – lawyers Barry Dataram, who was held earlier this year by local police on a provisional warrant of arrest pending extradition proceedings which were requested by the United States of America, has been arrested.Reports are that Dataram, who has been indicted in the US on drug-related charges, was arrested sometime early yesterday morning at Patentia, on the West Bank of Demerara.Barry DataramMeanwhile, when contacted, attorney-at-law Glen Hanoman said he was contacted by Dataram’s relatives, who informed him that Dataram had been arrested. According to Hanoman, he and attorney-at-law Vic Puran immediately went to the Brickdam Police Station. However, according to Hanoman, when they arrived at the station they were not allowed to see him. When questioned why Dataram was arrested, Hanoman said he was told that Dataram was being held because he breached a High Court order. According to the High Court order, which was made by Justice Jainarayan Singh on January 16 of this year, Mr. Barry Dataram must “report to a police station on Mondays and Fridays of each and every week, as directed by the Commissioner of Police”. As it relates to the order, Hanoman said, the police failed to perfect the order, since they never indicated which station Dataram was supposed to report to. In addition, Hanoman said, it is unlawful for the Guyana Police Force to hold anyone for breaching a court order. Hanoman explained that in such cases, only the court can deal with such a person, resulting in that person being held in contempt of court. He maintains that Dataram’s fundamental rights are being breached.In the meantime, Dataram’s lawyers say, they will vigorously pursue the matter, and will challenge the police to show cause why Dataram was arrested, since the law does not provide for the police to arrest any person for breaching a court order.The lawyers further expressed their disgust over recent police actions, including detaining persons without proper cause. According to Hanoman, what is more alarming is the fact that a wanted bulletin was issued for Dataram after the order was made in the High Court. Back in January, the wanted bulletin was issued stating that he was wanted by the police because he did not report to the police anytime following the issuance of the High Court order. The bulletin had stated that Dataram was wanted by the police in connection with this breach of recognizance.In addition, following the order, Dataram was released on $100, 000 bail.Following all this, the Guyana Police Force had called on attorney-at-law Vic Puran to provide the force with any information relating to Dataram’s whereabouts.Dataram, of Ruimzeight Gardens, West Coast Demerara, came into the spotlight back in December of last year when his pregnant wife, Sheleza Dataram, and three-year-old daughter were kidnapped by two Venezuelans. The two gunmen left Ruimzeight in Dataram’s car, stating that they would contact him later for more money, since they had already gotten a large amount of cash and jewellery from the man’s home. Dataram’s wife and daughter were taken to Bushy Park, East Bank Essequibo, where they joined a boat captained by a man and disembarked at Pomeroon, making their way to the home of a resident. The police received a tip-off and, following a shoot-out, one of the Venezuelans was shot and killed and the other arrested. The dead man was identified as Raul Antonio Munoz Centeno by documents which were found in his pockets, while the other man was identified as Venezuelan national Jesus Oliva Ortega Manriquez, 43, Jerseys Wholesale, who was deported from Guyana on November 27, 2007 for illegal entry after he was arrested in Georgetown.
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Date: 22 May 18 02:51am
“My Worship, I was never in any brush with the law or in any police matter. I was out of a job for some time. I applied for jobs in Linden for the past three months and I have not heard anything. I just did this to put food on the table.“School just open the other day and I ain’t got nothing to give me children. They hungry and ain’t got nothing. I had no other alternative and I took it upon myself to try this thing. I am so sorry. Please be lenient with me. That is all I am begging.”Those were the words of a father of two who said that he was determined to provide for his children at any cost.Yesterday at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court, Chief Magistrate Priya Beharry read the charge to Ducy Skeete, 27, of Linden. On September 5 at Mabaruma Public Road, he had in his possession 470 grams of cannabis for the purpose of trafficking. He pleaded guilty.According to police reports, on the day in question, police were on mobile patrol when they stopped motor car HC1228 on the Mabaruma Public Road. The officers then conducted a search of the occupants and noticed that the accused was acting in a suspicious manner.A black bag was discovered and Skeete informed the officers that the parcel belonged to him. It contained leaves, seeds and stems suspected to be cannabis. The defendant was charged with the said offence.Skeete continued to apologize to the court and begged for mercy as the Chief Magistrate prepared to give her ruling on the matter.Chief Magistrate Beharry then said, “Considering the amount trafficked, the fact that the defendant is remorseful, seriousness and prevalence of the offence…you are here by sentenced to a term of three years imprisonment coupled with a $30, Cheap NFL Jerseys, 000 fine.”
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Date: 22 May 18 02:51am
When dem boys was li’l dem use to play a game call monopoly. When you land pun a square de game does tell you, ‘Go directly to jail; do not pass go; do not collect $200’De Guatemala president and Jagdeo use to play and when  dem use to land pun that square dem know dem can get a card which seh, ‘Get out of jail free’.When both of dem tun president dem continue playing that game thinking that dem can do anything and get past jail free.Well, yesterday Otto Perez Molina, was forced out of office in Guatemala. De people seh that he thief too much and dem couldn’t tek it no more.Dem boys hear that as soon as Molina step out of de presidential office de police bangle de SOB. Dem walk him straight to court and de judge didn’t even watch him. He send him straight to jail.He think he was still playing monopoly because he tell de prison warden that he gun get card fuh get out of jail.When this news bruck and dem boys see it, right away dem seh that if de people of Guyana was like de people of Guatemala dem wouldn’t have to take Jagdeo to court, dem woulda march him straight to Mazaruni prisons.Molina, like Jagdeo, had control of de Customs money. All two of dem do things wid de Customs money but only one go straight to jail. Wha happen to Jagdeo who do things wid money from all sections of de revenue collection?Don’t talk bout Brassington and NICIL because dem boys seh he and all got to go to jail. He do nuff things wid de people money. He craft a lot of cockish deals to enrich all of Jagdeo kavakamites.He craft de Amaila road project that give away millions of US dollars that belong to de poor people of this country to Fip million, a man who never build a latrine.De same Brassington craft de contract fuh de Marriott that was giving a man 67% ownership of de hotel fuh only US$8 million when de taxpayers put in more than US$30 million. You believe this? And this man still outside, Cheap NBA Store, walking free, and sometimes carefree but not fat free.Is this same man who walking free craft de agreement fuh de Berbice Bridge wha Brassington and Ramroop own half of after dem invest little or nutten.
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