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Tuesday, March 26, 2019

EYEWITNESS: Call in the police…

…at GECOM GECOM’s been in the news, but for all the wrong reasons. To be fair, the contretemps over appointing its chair isn’t its fault....

EYEWITNESS: Forked tongue…

…on sugar You could’ve knocked your Eyewitness down with a feather! He’d just read a report of President Granger’s speech at an environmental meet in...

EYEWITNESS: Troubled by…

…Gas pains Seems there’s no end to the troubles Trotman inflicted, not just on Guyana, but on even his Cabinet colleagues — with his bumbling...

EYEWITNESS: Smart flies

…and meter contracts Your Eyewitness had wondered - and doubted whether this day would come. He figured the 3-monh suspension of the contract Government had...

EYEWITNESS: New developments…

…in investment The AFC, via its then Chairman (and now leader) Raphael Trotman, introduced the term of art, “political investment’ into the Guyanese lexicon. ‘Twas...

EYEWITNESS: Bitch slapped…

…Bulkan Minister of Communities Ronald Bulkan’s head has to be spinning. And why not, dear reader? After all, he was just bitch-slapped in public by...

EYEWITNESS: Republic Day…

…spite and bile Your Eyewitness isn’t surprised any longer at how far these AFC windbags can sink. The moment they accepted the PNC’s degutting of...

EYEWITNESS: Still mamamaguying…

…on oil Trotman’s been relieved of his oil responsibilities from his Natural Resource portfolio. Or so we’ve been told. It’s probably more like he’s been...

EYEWITNESS: Confessing…

…police failure It says a lot about the status of the Guyana Police Force when the “Best Cop Award” was snagged by a member of...

EYEWITNESS: Toeing the line…

…for survival Moses Nagamootoo’s been described as an “experienced” politician. We’ve for decades been regularly regaled about his “50 years in politics”. He must’ve plunged...

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