Daily Archives: November 10, 2019

PROFILE: Joylyn Anita Conway: Miss World-Guyana – Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Joylyn Anita Conway: Miss World-Guyana.. ..is a Wonderful Ambassador!

By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

She is bright, articulate and humble. She is a good listener that wants to use her position to educate her community and to unite her country. There can be no better goal than to bring people together in love and unity. Joylyn Conway is Miss World, Guyana. This means that she will journey to London, England to compete for the Miss World crown and given her education and temperament there is every hope that will bring the trophy to Guyana.

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NYC: Guyanese family mourns as husband kills Queens newlywed woman

The couple tying the knot back in July

Dead is Donna ‘Rehanna’ Dojoy. Her 33-year-old husband  was reported to have killed himself on Friday night, shortly after the incident.

The couple was said to have been married in July but were facing domestic problems.
According to the New York Daily News, a hysterical cousin alerted cops after the suspected killer, 33-year-old Dinhwar Budhidat, sent her a text saying he had killed his wife and was going to kill himself.            Continue reading

God Save the Queen: The US Destruction of the British Empire – L arry Romanoff | Global Research

Larry Romanoff | Global Research

This is about a little-known and never-discussed part of US history, but yet one of the major factors that propelled the US to its overwhelming manufacturing and economic supremacy after the Second World War. It involves the final destruction of the British Empire, for which no thinking person would have regrets.

The First World War caused Britain to lose about 40% of its former Empire and wealth, and the Second World War completed this task, but not without the little-known predatory intercession of the United States of America.

During the Second War, Britain needed huge volumes of supplies of food, raw materials, manufactured goods, armaments and military hardware. But Britain’s factories were being destroyed by the war, and in any case lacked sufficient productive capacity. Britain also increasingly lacked money to pay for those goods, its solution being to purchase on credit from its colonies.        Continue reading

Guyana Politics: 650,000+ registered to vote in upcoming elections

 … Former Chief Election Officers of Canada, India, Ghana to advise GECOM

Recent estimates of Guyana’s population tend to place it at 750,000. Sometimes, it hits 800,000 if those doing the assessment are generous. It has not gotten much higher because Guyana’s emigration rate is unusually high.

Photo:  GECOM Public Relations Officer, Yolanda Ward; Chairperson, Justice Claudette Singh and Chief Elections Officer, Keith Lowenfield

That’s why it would raise quite an alarm that the Revised List of Electors (RLE) is shaping up to have more than 650,000 eligible voters, calculated based on information shared with the media by the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) yesterday. That figure doesn’t even consider new registrants from the House-to-House data, which are likely to add tens of thousands more.        Continue reading

Guyana Politics: PPP’s Presidential Candidate Irfaan Ali wants Jagdeo as his Vice President

PPP’s Presidential Candidate, Irfaan Ali, during his interview with Kaieteur Radio  host , Leonard Gildarie

During an exclusive interview yesterday on Kaieteur Radio, with host of ‘The Political Show’, Senior Reporter, Leonard Gildarie, the 39-year-old Ali, who was selected to run for President by his party in January, asserted that former president Jagdeo would bring skills and experience to the table that are unquestionable.

Jagdeo and the PPP leadership have remained silent in the past about a likely role.            Continue reading

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