Female Lawyers throw support behind Albouystown Impact Project



By Leroy Smith

Lawyers[www.inewsguyana.com] – Four female lawyers have formally concrete their agreement with the Guyana Police Force on their support of the Impact Albouystown Project by sponsoring two children from the community for the next two years.

The lawyers, Kim Kyte –John, Sharon Small, Fay Barker and Tanya Warren – Clement recently met with Commander of ‘A’ Division, Clifton Hicken, Project Coordinator and Wayne De Heart, along with one of the children and his parent recently.

The legal minds allowed the police to select the two children, whose educational expenses will be covered by the lawyers.

The lawyers explained that they decided to come on board with the Project since they realised that the police have finally made the right step in engaging, children, parents and the communities at large.

The lawyers said they are prepared for the challenge. They believe that the Project is just another way of giving the young people an alternative life.




  1. yall better do this in all those pnc stronghold villages…teach those villagers to start thinking for themselves and stop listening to their leaders who are misleading them..no everything under the sun that happens to them is ppp fault..they must boot their pnc leaders when they come into your village to talk trash and to fool you..


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