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Date: 16 Aug 17 02:43am
A war has erupted at the Aircraft Owners Association of Guyana (AOAG) over a recent decision to transfer a not-for-profit engineering school there and to convert it into a company.The Art Williams and Harry Wendt Engineering School at Ogle Airport.At least two disgruntled members of AOAG are preparing to mount a legal challenge, claiming the Art Williams and Harry Wendt Engineering School has been hijacked by the association.Even though it is owned and run by that association whose address is at Ogle International Airport for the past twenty years, Roy Oswalt Astros Jersey,  it was only recently that the disgruntled members discovered a 2010 document where the address of the school was the residential address of Anthony Mekdeci. Mekdeci is listed as the sole director and is also the Chief Executive Officer of Ogle Airport.The school, located at Ogle International Airport, fell into trouble with the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA), which recently assessed it as a for-profit company, subject to the payment of Corporation Tax.According to the disgruntled members, a decision was then taken by a faction of the association comprised of members who did not own nor operate aircraft to separate the school from the association and operate it as a company.Earlier this month, it was renamed Art Williams and Harry Wendt Aeronautical Engineeering School Inc. with three directors —- Michael O. Correia, Malcolm Chan-A-Sue and Anthony A. Mekdeci.On April 25, the aircraft association held a meeting to discuss the new company but members were not too happy about the timing of that meeting claiming that it breached the notice rules.A lawyer’s letter issued by Sievewright, Stoby and Company on behalf of Roraima Airways Inc., Wings Aviation and Air Services Limited, warned that the aircraft owners were only given a week’s notice which was inadequate.The letter warned that any attempt to remove the school from the association’s asset would be a grave prejudice.It urged that the association postponed the meeting which was being held on Monday last.However, despite the letter being delivered, the association went ahead and held the meeting and decided on the flight school being removed.The lawyer’s letter had warned of legal proceedings if this should happen.According to two of the disgruntled and aggrieved members, it was shocking to see that the school, which belongs to the AOAG and which was run under the Presidency of Michael Correia and his associates, Anthony Mekdeci and Captain Malcolm Chan-A-Sue, and who should be blamed therefore for the GRA problems in the first place,  would nevertheless go ahead and incorporate a company with themselves being the sole directors.The disgruntled members said that some of them were even written to after last Monday’s meeting by President of the AOAG,   Michael Correia, who disclosed that the association has decided that based on the corporate taxes owed to GRA that the school had a value of $16.1M and that under its new structure as a company it will be offering $18M of shares.The three disgruntled members made it clear that they were not part of the decision to change the school from a not-for-profit entity to a company.“This school has been around for over twenty years and was always part of the Aircraft Owners Association of Guyana, ” an official from the disgruntled members said.This association was formed in 1995 by owners of aircraft alone, but this was changed over the years with Correia left in charge.
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Date: 16 Aug 17 02:43am
Magistrate Priya Beharry has refused to grant bail to a man who has been charged with harbouring and assisting Guyana’s most wanted, Rondell ‘Fine Man’ Rawlins, and his notorious gang.The accused, Shemroy Lyte, of Christianburg, yesterday made his appearance at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court.It is alleged that between Thursday April 22 and Monday June 16 at Christmas Falls he harboured Rondell Rawlins, called ‘Fine Man’; Cecil Simeon Harricharran, called ‘Magic’ or ‘Uncle Willie’; Robin Chung, called ‘Chung boy’; Otis Fiffee, called ‘Mud up’; and Mark Royden Williams called Mark Durant, knowing that they murdered Edwin Gilkes, Dexter Adrian, Irving Ferreira, Zaheer Zakir, Shane Fredricks, Ron Osbourne, Deonarine Singh, Ronald Gomes, Ashraf Ali, Abdool Yasin, Errol Thomas and Baldeo Singh at Bartica on February 17 last.It is also alleged that between Monday, February 18 and April 22, at Wismar, Linden, he harboured the men, knowing that they were responsible for killing 12 persons at Bartica on Sunday February 17.The other charge stated that between Monday February 18 and Thursday April 22, at Linden, Lyte received, relieved, comforted, assisted, harboured and maintained the men knowing that they murdered the 12 persons at Bartica on February 17 last.To all three charges, Lyte, who was unrepresented, pleaded not guilty. In his own defence Lyte told the court that his lawyer was unable to be at court since he is engaged otherwise in Linden.Police Prosecutor Denise Griffith asked that bail be refused on the grounds of the seriousness of the offence. Bail was refused and Lyte is expected to make his next court appearance on August 29 at the Kwakwani Magistrate’s Court.The Magistrate, after ruling, Kevin De Bruyne Manchester City Jersey UK, advised Lyte that his lawyer can try to secure bail in the High Court if he so desires.
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Date: 16 Aug 17 02:43am
After one year, the police are still seeking the whereabouts of Junior Harris, who allegedly made goodThe victim of the burnt house.on his promise by setting his partner’s La Parfaite Harmonie house alight at 01:30am on July 9, 2010.Reports are that on the night of July 8, 2010, Harris visited his partner, Isabella Hinds’ workplace and threatened to burn her house down. That same night, Frank Bagnack Barcelona Jersey, the man told one of Hind’s relatives that he will burn the house down.Acting on his threats, Harris went to Hinds’ home and set it alight early the following morning.Since then, Harris has been hiding from the police.According to Hinds, she lived with the accused for five weeks, “I put him out because he was using cocaine and weed and I don’t want to get into trouble with the law.After I put him out, he used to come and break in my house and thief up my raw rice. I made a lot of reports at the station but up to today I am not getting any justice. Right now I am staying in a lil shop in my yard. I don’t have a bed nothing, ” Hinds lamented.Junior Harris accused of burning his partner’s house.The woman is now fighting for justice. She claimed that her lifetime earnings disappeared in  a “wink” while the culprit is on the run and the police are not supportive. (Romila Boodram)
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Date: 16 Aug 17 02:43am
– Minister GaskinMinister of Business, Dominic Gaskin, on Thursday sought to assure stakeholders that despite the challenges that Guyana’s business community has faced over the year, the economy would recover with renewed vigor.Gaskin also compared Guyana to other countries that ran into similar economic trouble, including Malaysia, but used its resources to recover its footing and become economically viable.Gaskin made these comments at the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI). The Chambers is one of the oldest private sector groups in Guyana.He noted that there was a global drop in commodity prices, as well as a slowdown in cash circulation within Guyana’s local economy, a fact that has drawn much attention from stakeholders and the political opposition.Gaskin also noted that some of these sectors recording a decline were the mining and quarrying sectors, as well as the energy and agriculture sectors.“In a nutshell we need to keep increasing the amount of money entering the economy if we want to keep it going, ” Gaskin said. “There isn’t anything we can do to influence global commodity prices…Nothing that any government can do to develop our economy will be good in the long term unless the private sector and public sector has a clear understanding of what our priorities are.”A section of the gathering at the annual dinnerAgainst this backdrop, Gaskin noted that many major developmental projects might be included in the upcoming 2016 budget.“The concept is simple – besides creating work and putting money into the economy what is being developed is a national transportation network, ” he said, Mike Modano Jersey, pointing to the Parika to Goshen and the Lethem to Georgetown road plans.He expressed confidence that Guyana will become the “economic tiger” that many have predicted it would become.GCCI President, Lance Hinds, provided support to the Minister’s position, noting that Guyana’s private sector should prepare itself to provide the services that will be required in Guyana’s future as an oil producing country.“Guyana has the potential to benefit significantly from what appears to be a large deposit of oil, ” he said. “As stakeholders we have a responsibility to ensure that this promise of a bright future becomes a reality, ” said HindsHinds also said that Government and the private sector would have to cooperate to ensure that the correct policies are implemented.
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Date: 16 Aug 17 02:11am
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