[www.inewsguyana.com] – Seventy – Five signs bearing the names of streets in Albouystown were erected today (Wednesday, June 25] by the Guyana Police Force, community members and employees of a business establishment within the community as part of the Impact Albouystown Project.
Proprietor of Jia Signs, Nandkumar Rampersaud handed over the signs to Deputy Superintendent of Police Wayne DeHeart who heads the Impact Project.
DeHeart said the Force is looking to have more persons contribute to similar activities within the Albouystown community. He reiterated that the police is working aggressively to fill the gaps between the Force and various communities as part of its modernization process.
Meanwhile, Rampersaud made it clear that he will continue to support any activity of the Police once it borders on the development of the Albouystown community.
He commended the Police for the work they have been doing in the community and expressed the hope that the desired results will be achieved.
The businessman also donated a huge sigh to be erected at the multipurpose sports facility which the Police and the community are now working to develop. [Leroy Smith]