APNU blames Rohee for increase in armed robberies


[www.inewsguyana.com] – A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) has strongly condemned “the daily saga of armed robberies that has become all too common- place in Guyana today.”

In a press statement, the Partnership called particular attention to the violent incident that occurred at the Follow-up Coop located in Port Mourant; East Berbice- Corentyne Region, where two citizens were killed and three others seriously injured.

“APNU takes this opportunity to express our condolences to the families of Krisnauth Jagdeo 46 of Port Mourant and Seafield Layne 48 of No.1 Road Corentyne Berbice. We wish a speedy recovery to David Harpaul 38 of Rose Hall, Clement Griffith 48 of Ankerville, and Fazel Abrahim 25 of Black Bush.”

Additionally, “APNU reiterates its lack of confidence in Minister Clement Rohee to effectively manage the security sector of the nation. APNU calls on President Donald Ramotar (in the interest of the safety of the citizens of this nation) to appoint a new minister to manage the security sector.”

APNU is calling on the People’s Progressive Party –Civic administration to make the safety of all the people of Guyana its first priority.



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