[www.inewsguyana.com] – Minister of Home Affairs, Clement Rohee, handed over three vehicles to the Guyana Prison Service (GPS) to aid in carrying out their mandate.
The ceremony saw the handing over of a truck, van and a pickup which were purchased at a cost of $11.9M.
Minister Rohee during his brief remarks pointed out that the vehicles are to be used for the benefit of the organisation, and expressed his hope that they will assist in effecting the work of the correctional staff, and help improve their overall performance on the job.
He also noted that the vehicles will greatly assist in the execution of the GPS’ mandate. He added that this initiative by the Home Affairs Ministry demonstrates the Ministry’s interest in creating betterment for the citizens of Guyana.
[Extracted and modified from GINA]