Sunday, February 26, 2012

G.C.B officials took huge sums to procure visas for non-cricketing persons

Two persons fingered as beneficiaries of the visa racket operated by several officials of the Guyana Cricket Board have been identified as Marvin Munroe who last played for the G.N.I.C in 2003, and Wasim Haslim of the G.C.C. These two were fingered among a list of persons who paid officials of the now illegal cricketing body sizable sums of money to process U.S and Canadian visas on their behalf under the guise that they were at the time part of the national cricket team.

Haslim had a short stint with the OCC team in the Canada Cricket League in 2011 while Munroe traveled between the two countries during the same period. None of the two were ever considered for selection to the national cricket team though successful visa applications where made on their behalf by GCB officials claiming that they were.

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