Entries for 20 June 2020

APNU+AFC has no reasonable basis on which it could claim to have won – Dominic Gaskin

By Stabroek News –  June 19, 2020      

Photo: Dominic Gaskin

AFC Executive and former Minister of Business in the APNU+AFC government, Dominic Gaskin tonight said that there was no reasonable basis on which the governing coalition can  claim to have won more votes than the PPP/C in the March 2nd elections and he said claims of fraud have been “grossly exaggerated”.

In a statement on his Facebook page, Gaskin, who is the son-in-law of President David Granger, also charged that APNU+AFC has no intention of relinquishing control of government.        Continue reading →


Father’s Day 2020- Guyanese FATHERS in Shining Armour – by Francis Quamina Farrier

FATHER’S DAY is such a special day each year. It is the day when Societies around the World focus on the good and dedicated fathers. It is, and must be, void of any negative utterances about Fathers, since there are over 360 other days in the year for that. No MALE BASHING on FATHER’S DAY.  For tomorrow June 21- FATHER’S DAY 2020, we feature the following four Guyanese Fathers.–

Stanley Ming M.S.            

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Guyana Politics: Pres. Granger, Volda Lawrence “clear out” public offices

 Jun 19, 2020  Kaieteur News

– but party still attempts to prevent declaration

Pres. David Granger

De facto President David Granger and Minister of Public Health, Volda Lawrence, have cleared out their respective public offices in preparation for transition to the incoming government. This is according to credible information provided to this publication.

Despite this development, some within the ranks of the A Partnership for National Unity + Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC) are still pursuing efforts to prevent a declaration of the March 2, 2020 Elections.        Continue reading →


Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) slams false social media reports

DPI, Guyana, Thursday, June 18, 2020

GRA logoThe management of the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) has called on persons to desist from spreading inaccurate and unfounded information about the agency through electronic and other media.

In a press release issued to today, the GRA stated “Reference can be made to recent posts on the social media platform Facebook alleging that several private garbage disposal vehicles were seen at the GRA’s headquarters loading and carting off “documents” under the watchful eye of its Law Enforcement arm.”        Continue reading →    

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