Capitol News Videos – April 25, 2013 – 7 videos

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  • Brutal stabbing of 14-year-old girl shocks family – 25th Apr 2013
  • National Assembly approves $177.4 billion budget – 25th Apr 2013
  • Member of Parliament, Desmond Trotman, rejects threat by Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee – 25th Apr 2013
  • Opposition slashes $19 billion from LCDS allocation – 25th Apr 2013
  • Jai Signs and Designs emerges victorious in the Hikers Hockey Club’s Hockey Festival – 25th Apr 2013
  • Transformational Leadership seminar to better equip Guyanese to make daily decisions – 25th Apr 2013
  • Private Sector Commission calls on politicians to pull together – 25th Apr 2013
Brutal stabbing of 14-year-old girl shocks family – 25th Apr 2013Posted: 25 Apr 2013 05:30 PM PDT

Family members are reporting that 14-year-old Fenella Samuels was stabbed more than 20 times by her out of control stepfather. According to the girl’s mother, Mildred Josiah, her husband went berserk when the young lady accused him of sexually molesting her. The woman said the argument started after a male person contacted the family over the […]
National Assembly approves $177.4 billion budget – 25th Apr 2013Posted: 25 Apr 2013 05:26 PM PDT

After a month of arguments, the National Assembly last evening approved the 2013 National Budget. However, the budget was not the $208.8 billion presented by the Finance Minister. After a series of amendments, the budget was reduced to $177.4 billion. Here is a breakdown of the budget cuts that were made. $19 billion was cut from […]
Member of Parliament, Desmond Trotman, rejects threat by Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee – 25th Apr 2013Posted: 25 Apr 2013 05:25 PM PDT

Member of Parliament, Desmond Trotman, has rejected a threat by the Minister of Home Affairs, Clement Rohee, over a statement made during the Budget Debates. Last Saturday, the Minister of Home Affairs had written Parliamentarian, Mr. Desmond Trotman, over a statement he had made during the budget debates. ON Wednesday, during a statement to the […]
Opposition slashes $19 billion from LCDS allocation – 25th Apr 2013Posted: 25 Apr 2013 05:23 PM PDT

There were several heated exchanges between the Government and the opposition, the opposition wanted clarity and additional details on some of the programmes which fell under the LCD project. The Alliance for Change MP, Moses Nagamootoo, zeroed in on the Amaila Falls Project and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) funding. He said the AFC will not vote […]
Jai Signs and Designs emerges victorious in the Hikers Hockey Club’s Hockey Festival – 25th Apr 2013Posted: 25 Apr 2013 05:22 PM PDT

Jai Signs and Designs emerged champions in the Hikers Hockey Club’s inaugural seven-a-side Mixed Hockey Festival. The one-day event was played at the Saint Stanislaus ground and featured nine teams in the initial stage. In the finals, Jai Signs defeated Antonios Grille 2-0 via penalty shootout. The two teams had earlier defeated Diamond Mineral Water […]
Transformational Leadership seminar to better equip Guyanese to make daily decisions – 25th Apr 2013Posted: 25 Apr 2013 05:21 PM PDT

A seminar on Transformational leadership is expected to better equip Guyanese to make daily decisions that are sound and grounded in strong principles. That is what Bishop Milton Grannum is promising on Friday Evening at the Marian Academy Auditorium. Bishop Grannum is the founding Pastor of the New Covenant Church and is partnering with the […]
Private Sector Commission calls on politicians to pull together – 25th Apr 2013Posted: 25 Apr 2013 05:19 PM PDT

The Private Sector Commission on Thursday afternoon weighed in again on the Budget cuts affected by the parliamentary opposition. At a press conference at the Georgetown Club, Chairman Ron Webster said that over the past few weeks, the Commission has met with not only President Ramotar, but the opposition. Webster said those meetings have thrown up a […]
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