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Saturday, January 25, 2020

EYEWITNESS: Roots…

…for Nagamootoo? For a fella who had disavowed his being “Indian” just before the last elections, Nagamootoo’s certainly been busy commemorating the links between Indians...

EYEWITNESS: Power means…

…never having to say “sorry” our Eyewitness still can’t get over what’s going down in Guyana: “Cry, our beloved country”. It’s become so overused that...

EYEWITNESS: Shooting down…

…oil gambit From the moment Raphael Trotman floated the notion of an oil refinery for Guyana — and then hired an “expert,” back in January,...

EYEWITNESS: Locking the stable…

…after pharma bolted When they were in the Opposition, the PNC (which morphed into APNU with the fig-leaves of WPA et al) and the AFC...

EYEWITNESS: Time compression…

…by Government The PNC-led APNU/AFC coalition spent millions of taxpayers’ dollars producing a 16-page insert in the Chronic “celebrating” their two-year stint at the helm...

EYEWITNESS: What’s missing…

…in the “accomplishments” Sometimes what’s missing is even more important than what’s present. That’s what struck your Eyewitness when he perused the 125 “accomplishments” the...

EYEWITNESS: More “accomplishments”…

…and nation sinks Our Eyewitness blew a fuse when he saw the pic of the “EC Independence Arch” being “commissioned”. Here’s the reason thousands of...

EYEWITNESS: SNAFU…

…on East Coast bribe Shhhh! What a tangled, knotted web of snarled traffic ANSA McAL wove when they once again practised to deceive!!! Did you...

EYEWITNESS: Face off…

…at UG UG unions – of workers and Senior Staff – are protesting the VC Ivelaw Griffith’s studied refusal to address their requests for their...

EYEWITNESS: Giving the unidigital salute…

…to Cabinet A couple of days ago, your Eyewitness referred to the Communities Minister’s recommendation to the City Council to suspend the Parking Meter Contract...

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