Entries for 16 October 2020

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GUYANA: Award of Canje, Kaieteur blocks must face independent forensic probe – Ramon Gaskin

Map showing the Kaieteur and Canje blocks, in proximity to the Stabroek block.

Oct 16, 2020 - Kaieteur News – Ramon Gaskin said that the suspicious awards of the Canje and Kaieteur oil blocks leading up to the 2015 general and regional elections, must face the scrutiny of independent forensic experts in an official investigation. He said that an expert team would allow Guyana to identify all those who are guilty of corrupt practices so that they may be prosecuted.            Continue reading →


GUYANA: GuySuCo floods Success lands to ‘flush-out’ squatters


Sections of the flooded Success lands. (Photo Credit: R. D. Productions)

Oct 16, 2020 - Kaieteur News – Lands occupied by squatters at Success, East Coast of Demerara (ECD) are now heavily flooded following a decision earlier this week by the Guyana Sugar Corporation Incorporated (GuySuCo) to do so.

In light of the flooding, several squatters have vacated the lands, claiming that it was a move by GuySuCo to get rid of them. However, a significant number of them have decided to stay put, insisting that the water will not hamper their existence.            Continue reading →


COVID-19 EFFECTS: Economic Hell on Earth Is Coming- Warns Gerald Celente – Video


COVID-19 EFFECTS: Economic Hell on Earth Is Coming- Warns Gerald Celente – Video

Stansberry Research

Gerald Celente, the popular publisher of The Trends Journal, is sounding the alarm on what he sees as a coming economic catastrophe. “They are killing us,” says Celente referring to the current lockdown of many businesses. In the interview with Stansberry Research anchor Daniela Cambone, Celente discusses what he is doing to protect his assets. He also details how he is preparing for what he considers the worst economic disaster since the Great Depression.


COMMENTARY: Colourful Tales from Kiskadee Village – by Francis Quamina Farrier


COMMENTARY- by Francis Quamina Farrier

Reality is that we are living in some extremely challenging and uncertain times in this year 2020. Some of us are resolute in ensuring that we stay on top of the COVID-19 pandemic situation which is testing us to the very core. While most of us in Guyana obey the COVID-19 protocols, sadly there are those who do not, resulting in the constant increases in cases and deaths.

Recently, I interviewed a few residents of Kiskadee Village on a few burning issues of the day. But first let me alert you that Kiskadee Village is a mythical community. 

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Toronto Canada: Cancellation of the QC & Bishops’ Associations: 12th Night Dance

Bishops’ High School (Guyana) Alumni Association, Toronto Chapter   &

Queen’s College (Guyana) Alumni Association, Toronto Chapter

Cancellation of the QC & Bishops’ 12th Night Dance

This message is to inform you that the January 2021 12th Night Dance has been cancelled, due to the risks and restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Bishops’ and Queen’s College Alumni Associations of Toronto have also considered the safety of its members and supporters.

We sincerely regret the cancellation of this event and will continue to work for future events.  We are therefore requesting your understanding and continued support.            Continue reading →

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