Thursday, January 29, 2009
It seems that the solution to all the flooding that we have been experiencing, well this is according to Good Ole HAmmie, is to continue make Gt the Garbage city. This Photo was taken on Albert Street between North Road and Church Street.
While covert was working as waiter at Pegasus Poolside on Saturday night (24th January 2009), well one of my many jobs, you won't believe who was seen; Non other than the former first lady herself in the company of Faith Harding, Volda Lawrence and another unidentified individual. It seems the PNC are courting her. By the way she was drinking water, covert served her, remember that.
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
Several Govt Officials attended the Funeral of Popular Radio Announcer. They included, His Excellency Bharat Jagdeo, Minister Robeson Benn, Minister Irfaan Ali, Minister Manzoor Nadir,Dr. Nanda Gopaul, Dr. Prem Misir etc.
Monday, January 19, 2009
Saturday, January 17, 2009
Friday, January 16, 2009
The signing of the Exchange of Notes and the Grant Agreement for Phase II of The Project for Water Supply in Corriverton took at Takuba Lodge Georgetown. Permanent Secretary within the Ministry of Foreign Trade and International Cooperation, Mr. John Isaacs signed the agreement on behalf of the Government of Guyana while the Ambassador (Ag) of the Embassy of Japan, Mr. Kiyoshi Takeuchi and Mr. Mr. Satochi Murusawa Chief Representative of JICA Mexico Office signed on behalf of the Government of Japan.
Among the attendees were Minister within the Ministry of Finance, Ms. Jennifer Webster, Minister of Housing and Water Mr. Irfaan Ali, Ms. Mariko Chiba of the Embassy of Japan, and Mr. Hans Barrow Honorary Consulate for Japan.
It may be recalled that Phase 1 of the said project was completed in March 2008 and covered from Number 51 Village –Number 73 Village Corentyne. The water treatment plant constructed at a cost of 651,000,000 Japanese Yen was formally commissioned on March 09, 2008 at a ceremony attended by the Hon. Prime Minister, the Japanese Ambassador to Guyana, the Minister of Housing and Water and other dignitaries.
Phase II of this project will cover from Number 74 Village Corentyne to Moleson Creek at a cost of 867 Million Japanese Yen and is expected to be completed by March 2010.
Wednesday, January 14, 2009
Cop nabbed with hijacked car
“I follow the car and see the man stop and gone in Eve Leary then I called the police” - owner
A policeman is at present under close arrest after he was caught in a car that was hijacked some three weeks ago.
Kaieteur News was told that the rank is currently at the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Headquarters, Eve Leary.
Reports are that on December 20 last the driver of the car HB6085, George Boyce, was working with a city taxi service when he received a call to make a pickup at the corner of Campbell Street and Stone Avenue.
Speaking with Kaieteur News yesterday, Boyce said he picked up a man who requested to go to South Ruimveldt.
According to him, while in the vicinity of Cane View Avenue the man whipped out a handgun and ordered him out of the car.
“He put a gun to my head and tell me to get out.”
According to Boyce, he complied and, after the man drove the car away, he went to the East La Penitence police Station where he made a report that his silver-gray Toyota AT 212 car was hijacked.
“I keep running to and from the station and them ain’t making no progress,” the taxi driver said.
He said that yesterday he was travelling along Parade Street when he noticed a car looking like his proceeding to the Public Relations Division of the Guyana Police Force.
“I follow the car and see the man stop and gone in the police compound. I then went for a traffic rank and he came with two other policeman and they arrest the man.”
Boyce said that the car number plate has been changed to PKK 6524 and the windows have been heavily tinted.
Much to his surprise, Boyce said, while at CID headquarters the man revealed that he is serving member of the police force.
According to Boyce, the policeman claimed that he rented the car from someone in Plaisance, East Coast Demerara.
Acting on his claim, several ranks proceeded to Plaisance where several persons were arrested and taken to CID.
A police source has since confirmed that the rank arrested is attached to the Tactical Services Unit and is indeed a serving member of the police force.
The source added that the rank is under close arrest as investigations continue."
Monday, January 12, 2009
Tuesday, January 6, 2009
It is being reported that acting Chief Magistrate Melissa Robertson Ogle has been for months now sharing her apartment located in the Gov't Flats on Main Street with former drug accused Raphael Douglas. They have even been spotted on many occasions by numerous persons in cozy positions at some of the regular watering holes.What sort of behaviour is this your worship?