Daily Archives: June 18, 2019

Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) Rules on No Confidence Vote and GECOM Chairman

President says to abide by CCJ decision on no confidence vote

-lobbies for house-to-house registration, re-election

President David Granger
President David Granger

 President David Granger today said that his government will abide by the Caribbean Court of Justice’s (CCJ) ruling upholding the December 21, 2018 no-confidence motion.

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 Motion of no confidence was properly passed – CCJ 

Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) – in landmark rulings today – June 18, 2019

Guyana’s court of last resort, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) will deliver landmark rulings this morning that will ultimately decide the country’s political stability. At 10:00hrs, this morning the entire world will tune in as the CCJ pronounces on the validity of the No-Confidence Motion which the Court of Appeal ruled was validly passed on December 21, 2018 in the National Assembly.

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Food for the Poor celebrates 28 years of charitable work in Guyana

  Jun 10, 2019  News

Since its establishment some 28 years ago, Food for the Poor (FFTP) Guyana Incorporated has been responsible for building hundreds of homes, distributing food, medical and essential supplies, and providing scholarships to those in need. This was disclosed by the FFTP CEO, Kent Vincent, when the organization held its annual anniversary dinner recently at the Pegasus Hotel.
FFTP commenced operations on June 3, 1991 in Kingston, Georgetown, before moving to 248 Forshaw and Oronoque Streets, Queenstown.

Because of the great need of essential services for the population, it quickly expanded and is today located at 1999-2002 Blue Mountain Road, Festival City, North Ruimveldt, Georgetown.  Continue reading

GHANA: Government to send 375 nurses to work in Barbados

Source: Ghana|Myjoyonline.com | AI- Date: 15-06-2019
President Akufo-Addo with the Barbados PM Mia Amor Mottley
The President has, in principle, agreed to a request by the Barbados Prime Minister to send some 375 Ghanaian nurses to the Carribean Island to work in a number of their government medical facilities.

This came to the fore when President Nana Akufo-Addo and Mia Amor Mottley held bilateral talks on Friday June 14, in Bridgetown in Barbados after he paid a day’s working visit to the country.     Continue reading

OIL: Shell agrees to pay Trinidad & Tobago TT$2.5b by 2019

Shell agrees to pay Trinidad & Tobago TT$2.5b by 2019

(Trinidad Guardian) T&T could earn as much as $10 bil­lion over the next nine years fol­low­ing the sign­ing of a deal be­tween Gov­ern­ment and Roy­al Dutch Shell.

The an­nounce­ment was made by En­er­gy Min­is­ter Franklin Khan who gave de­tails to the Par­lia­ment on Mon­day fol­low­ing more a year of ne­go­ti­a­tions. He re­vealed that Shell agreed to pay gov­ern­ment $2.5 bil­lion by the end of 2019, the mon­ey to be paid in US to the sum of US $397 mil­lion.

Like the BPTT pay­ment last year to gov­ern­ment of $1 bil­lion, Shell is mak­ing its pay­ment but not ad­mit­ting to cheat­ing the coun­try of large sums of rev­enue in trans­fer pric­ing.        Continue reading

Singapore burns its trash to generate electricity ….. with no-pollution – video

Singapore burns its trash to generate electricity…..  with no-pollution – video

NYC: Richmond Hill High Excels in 2019 Robotic Competition- By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

NYC: Richmond Hill High School Excels in 2019 Robotic Competition

By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Its Principal is Neil Ganesh, a distinguished educator, whose parents hail from Guyana.

There is little doubt that robotics is the wave of the future. There is general agreement that millions of robots will be built in the next few years to boost production in industries. They have already been deployed in a variety of places, from electronic plants, to supermarkets and hospitals, and with astounding results. It is the view of many in the field that robotics will change the face of manufacturing and distribution and will rise to the challenge of providing labor cheaply.

READ MORE: NYC- Richmond Hill High School Excels in Robotics

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