Capitol News Videos – April 26, 2013 – 7 videos

Capitol News Videos

 

  • Suspect in fatal stabbing incident of 14-year-old girl in Police custody – 26th Apr 2013
  • President Donald Ramotar vows to restore monies that were cut from the 2013 National Budget – 26th Apr 2013
  • Alliance For Change defends Budget Cuts – 26th Apr 2013
  • Rescuing of four teens from sexual slavery at mining camp just the tip of the iceberg – 26th Apr 2013
  • Issue of trafficking in persons once again takes centre stage – 26th Apr 2013
  • Global Environmental Facility funded programme encourages non-governmental Organisations to submit projects for funding – 26th Apr 2013
  • GFF to make public some of the proposals from FIFA – 26th Apr 2013
  • Note: Click the headline link on the news item  below to view the video
Suspect in fatal stabbing incident of 14-year-old girl in Police custody – 26th Apr 2013Posted: 26 Apr 2013 06:01 PM PDT

After evading law enforcement officers for several hours, the suspect in the murder of the 14-year-old teenager Fenella Samuels was caught by alert citizens late last night. The capture was made after the suspect was attempting to catch a vehicle on the Public Road at Vreed-en-Hoop. Public-spirited citizens who made the arrest handed him over to […]
President Donald Ramotar vows to restore monies that were cut from the 2013 National Budget – 26th Apr 2013Posted: 26 Apr 2013 06:00 PM PDT

Guyana’s Head-of-State, President Donald Ramotar, today announced, that he will do everything legally within his power to restore the monies that were cut from the 2013 National Budget. The budget was passed in the National Assembly on Wednesday. The opposition used their majority and slashed the funding earmarked for the LCDS, the CJIA expansion. GPL’s […]
Alliance For Change defends Budget Cuts – 26th Apr 2013Posted: 26 Apr 2013 06:00 PM PDT

The Alliance For Change is defending its participation in this year’s budget cuts saying that the Government is not handicapped and the money passed can ensure that the Government continues to meet its daily expenses. The National Assembly on Wednesday night approved the 2013 budget which was reduced to $177.4 billion. The party’s Leader Khemraj […]
Rescuing of four teens from sexual slavery at mining camp just the tip of the iceberg – 26th Apr 2013Posted: 26 Apr 2013 05:59 PM PDT

Shadow Minister of Human Services, Volda Lawrence said, the recent removal of four young women from a mining camp in Puruni is just the tip of the iceberg as it relates to Trafficking in Persons within Guyana. Lawrence said the opposition was advocating for Government’s recognition of the prevalence of Trafficking in Persons in Guyana’s interiors. […]
Issue of trafficking in persons once again takes centre stage – 26th Apr 2013Posted: 26 Apr 2013 05:58 PM PDT

Global Environmental Facility funded programme encourages non-governmental Organisations to submit projects for funding – 26th Apr 2013Posted: 26 Apr 2013 05:55 PM PDT

The small grants Programme which is funded by the Global Environmental Facility (GEF), is encouraging Non-governmental Organisations as well as community based organisations to submit projects for funding, that will help to make those organisations and communities sustainable. There are 5 broad areas that the projects must fall within. They include Biodiversity conservation, climate change mitigation, […]
GFF to make public some of the proposals from FIFA – 26th Apr 2013Posted: 26 Apr 2013 05:54 PM PDT

The Guyana Football Federation will be meeting soon to inform the public about its plans in the immediate future. The team headed by new President Christopher Mathias will also make public some of the proposals from the world governing body FIFA. Mathias recently travelled to Panama for the Regional confederation’s CONCACAF Congress. Capitol News also […]
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