APNU continues national outreach in preparation for LGE

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Opposition Leader interacting with youths of Mocha, who complained that there is no ball field or recreational facilities for them.
Opposition Leader interacting with youths of Mocha, who complained that there is no ball field or recreational facilities for them.

[www.inewsguyana.com] – A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) over the weekend continued its outreach in preparation for Local Government elections.

On Friday, June 20 APNU held an outreach at Herstelling while on Saturday the Partnership held a walk-about and public meeting at Mocha.

On Sunday, a meeting was held at the Soesdyke Secondary School and on Monday the Partnership held another public meeting and community walk-about in the village of Ann’s Grove.

Opposition Leader David Granger and several other leaders and activists of the Partnership took part in these exercises.

Granger interacts  with some of the residents of Mocha.
Granger interacts with some of the residents of Mocha.

According to the Party, at Mocha Arcadia a large crowd gathered for a public meeting, which focused on the need for improved infrastructure at Barnwell Mocha, the ongoing Walter Rodney Commission of Inquiry (COI), the continued drama surrounding the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML-CFT), and the need for the immediate holding of the long overdue Local Government Elections.

The main speakers were Granger and APNU Member of Parliament Joseph Harmon.

 

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  1. So now he’s going to initiate building a playground, to get votes next election? Are people this gullible? He and all the others are aware of this and many other similar problems people are and have been experiencing for decades. Now it’s an issue? Guyanese playing Politics is the most pitiful thing. SHAME ON YOU!

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