Guyana boasts of collecting billions in oil money but no evidence to back it – US Financial Analyst

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  • Dennis Albert  On 03/13/2021 at 11:18 am

    What about the money deposited in the New York Federal Bank?

    Is that a cookie jar for Jagdeo and Co. to loot and buy entire futuristic100 storey condo towers in Miami, Toronto, Vancouver, Manhattan and Moscow?

    • the only  On 03/14/2021 at 6:48 pm

      The cookie jar belongs to my people, its just a matter of time before we get back in power.

      • Dennis Albert  On 03/14/2021 at 10:02 pm

        The Diaspora wanted the APNU government as their leader because they were afraid of the PPP turning the country into a narco state which is what is currently happening.

        This is why the majority of PPP voters kiss the white man foot bottom to export drugs to Poland, and import the bigotry from Poland to evict the squatters and terminate the jobs of mainly Afro-Caribbean public sector workers.

  • Dennis Albert  On 03/13/2021 at 3:20 pm

    Ghana is transforming from raw materials and welcoming Diaspora investment:

    While the Go Guyana is exporting raw materials for cheap, and are not friendly towards the Diaspora and the “foreign Venezuelans, Brazilians, Chinese, etc”.

    Ghana is a great country to be an investor today. The President has a lot of integrity and he knows that the raw materials are being sold at obscene profits in the ABCEU countries.

    Who wants to be a Abu Dhabi millionaire? That part of the world is a mess and is a terrorist country.

    Emulate Africa, not Dubai and the Saudis.

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