Guyana Politics: President Granger – Press Conference Three – Verian Mentis-Barker – Xpressblogg


President David Granger

By the time he stumbled upon the semblance of an answer to the first question posed to him, President Granger, who promised to end wrestling with spiritual wickedness in high places, was in the throes of a wrestling match.

Living down to low expectations, he delivered a battery of inconclusives and hypotheticals that contrasted, sharply, with the crisp campaign promises of significant raises for amongst others teachers in the first 100 days and on the Manifesto’s page 22, Education number 16 – “Utilize the talents of the Diaspora in education training and other areas of Special Needs.”


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  • Jacques Jaikaran  On 09/17/2018 at 6:53 pm

    I am one of the Diaspora and am highly trained in multiple disciplines. I have offered my services to Guyana but there is no sign of interest.

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